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Cave Mont Blanc

Valle d'Aosta

Vineyard in the clouds

Cave Mont Blanc sits at the base of Mont Blanc in Valle d’Aosta, boasting as the highest vineyards in Europe. Their unwavering dedication extends to cultivating native vines amidst the rugged beauty of the mountains, at altitudes ranging from 900 to 1200 meters above sea level.

Using traditional techniques, they create their distinctive sparkling collection known as 'glacier bubbles' as a tribute to the cold climates they endure. Each year, specific altitude, atmospheric pressure and temperature conditions come together to create the Cuvée des Guides, a sparkling wine made using classic methods, boasting unique and exceptional qualities.

Stronger together

In the past, Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle was promoted by individual winemakers, resulting in more small-scale productions. Inspired by a strong sense of tradition and the collaborative nature of Alpine villages, Don Bougeat, the Parish Priest of Morgex until 1971, laid the foundation for the "Association des Viticulteurs". In 1983, the Cave du Vin Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle, now known as Cave Mont Blanc de Morgex et La Salle, emerged from this association. This marked the initial success of the Aosta Valley's efforts to support and develop viticulture. Over the years, the Cave has significantly grown its membership to around 80 producers and increased its annual significantly. This growth is a testament to the revival of abandoned vineyards on Mont Blanc's slopes, preserving the area's longstanding winemaking heritage.

What They Offer

Tour Della Cantina

Tastings and events at the Morgex headquarters

Prié Blanc Grappa

An elegant grappa distilled from the refined Prié Blanc grapes.

Cheers in the sky

A toast at 2,173 meters with Skyway Monte Bianco

discover monte bianco


Cave Mont Blanc de Morgex et la Salle
Strada Des Iles, 31 11017 La Ruine - Morgex (AO) Italy



+39 0165 800331