This extraordinary and evocative region, where the cultivation of the vine is limited, boasts a special record as here are, in the municipalities of Morgex and La Salle at an altitude of 1300 meters, the highest vineyards in Europe; practically to the limits of survival of the vine. The entire region of the Valle d'Aosta is considered a Controlled Denomination of Origin (DOC) and, according to the law on bilingualism, in the wine labels there are indications both in Italian and in French.
Although the production is mainly focused on red wines, here they produce excellent white wines, produced mainly with native white grapes, of rare elegance and finesse. Excellent examples of white wines of this region are the "Blanc de Morgex et La Salle", produced with Blanc de Morgex grapes, and the "Chambave Moscato" produced also in the passito or "Flétri" version. Among the white grapes of the region we also remember the Priè Blanc and the Petite Arvine. Among the gray ones, the Priè Rouge or Premetta.
Among the red grapes we find the Petit Rouge, Vien de Nus, Neyret, Dolcetto, Freisa, Nebbiolo, Pinot Nero, Gamay, Syrah, Fumin. Interesting red wines typical of the region are: "Enfer d'Arvier", "Donnas", "Torrette" and "Arnad Montjovet".