Vétroz did not become an independent commune until 1862, after nearly two millennia as a dependence of the commune of Conthey. One can only too easily imagine that the division of the land was far from painless. As far as the vineyards are concerned, Conthey retained the upper portion of the slope, while the lower slope (up to 640 meters in altitude) and the plain (the southern portion of Balavaud and the area around the Botza).

The Amigne Wine Path covers a distance of 2.7 km. made up entirely of paved road presenting no particular difficulty to the walker. The circuit takes about 45 minutes to complete.

It was created by the commune of Vétroz and the United Vinegrowing Winemakers of Vétroz, and was inaugurated on June 3, 2005.

Every year on the first weekend of June the Festival of the Flowering Amigne takes place here. On this occasion the winemakers present their products to the public in a relaxed and celebratory atmosphere.