LA BALADE À FRITZO Anne Bornand
LA BALADE À FRITZO Anne Bornand

The Fritzo walk

This educational trail introduces visitors to the theme of vines and wine. It offers an interactive discovery of the particularities of the Bonvillars vineyards: terroirs, crops, landscape, architecture, etc.

Fritzo (Fritz Duvoisin) was an employee of the Bonvillars commune from 1932 to 1972. Responsible in particular for work on the communal vineyard, he left his mark on the village with his rigorous work ethic and his enjoyment of life.

The explanations and comments at each station have been entrusted to this character, enhancing the appeal of the route and awakening the spirit of the place.

The itinerary includes 6 interactive panels. The route is easy and accessible to all. Along the way, the Domaine La Boulaz cellar is open on request, and the Cave des Viticulteurs de Bonvillars is just 500 m from the start/finish of the walk. Happy tasting!

  •  Practical information

Town
Grandson
Distance
2.5 km
Duration
1h00
Difficulty
Easy

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