Vineyard Path Salavaux

“Animal life in the vineyards”

Comprising two itineraries, “Pinot noir” and “Chasselas”, the wine patthway of Vully offers the walkers a beautiful walk at the same time instructing them thanks to the numerous didactic panels.

On the posters dedicated to animal life, one learns that the vineyard has several inhabitants, more or less dangerous for the grapes. If the lizards, worms and grass snakes are not interested in the fruit, the roe deers, birds and even the wasps find them delicious, to the great displeasure of the wine growers. Throughout centuries, the producers have learnt to guard against the vermins while respecting the animal. But it is not always easy to protect one without hurting the other as the unlucky hedgehogs can testify sometimes remaining prisoners in nets put too close to the ground.

  • Chemin des vignes
  • 1585 Salavaux - CH


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