The winery Charles Bonvin Fils SA in Sion in the Swiss canton Wallis
was founded in 1858 and is still a family business today. Since 1990, it has been run by André Darbelley in the fourth generation. As a novelty in Switzerland since 1992, together with the winery "Frédéric Varone
Vins "under the company name Les Celliers de Sion a cellar and bottling plant operated, but both companies continue to operate independently Owned by Bonvin are the wineries Brûlefer, Château Conthey and Clos du Château.The own vineyards cover a total of 30 hectares, of others 30 hectares of grapes are purchased, many wines are made from the indigenous varieties of Coirnalin (Cornalin d'Aoste), Heida and Petite Arvine, but also from the international Chardonnay, Chasselas, Gamay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir and Syrah of around 30 different wines are also the Valais specialties Fendant
(from Chasselas) and Dole
(Pinot Noir and Gamay).