3 wine/cheese pairings from Quebec

Looking for good wine and cheese pairings? Here are three winning ideas for rounding out a meal that are also made in Quebec!

Coteau Rougemont

Have you ever had the excellent Le Tuyau de Poêle from the Ruban Bleu dairy in Mercier? It’s a goat cheese with ash in the middle and a soft rind. It works particularly well with a fresh white wine, like this one from Coteau Rougemont, made from a blend of Frontenac Blanc and Frontenac Gris grapes.

  1. Bonus 500 pts
    Taste tag : Fruity and vibrant
    6%
    Origine Québec
    Coteau Rougemont Versant 2019 White wine | 750 ml Canada , Quebec
    Regular Price $14.95 Special Price $13.95
    AvailableOnline AvailableIn store

Domaine de Lavoie

Lovers of hard rind, mature cheeses are fans of Louis d’Or, produced by Fromagerie du Presbytère in Sainte-Élizabeth-de-Warwick. And if you see any versions that have been aged longer than usual, you should definitely snatch them up! This type of cheese pairs well with a supple red featuring woody notes, like this one from Domaine de Lavoie, which will bring out accents of sweet spices.

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    Taste tag : Aromatic and supple
    10%
    Origine Québec
    Domaine de Lavoie 2018 Red wine | 750 ml Canada , Quebec
    Regular Price $15.95 Special Price $14.20
    AvailableOnline AvailableIn store

Vignoble du Marathonien

Finally, an excellent local blue cheese like Rassembleu from Fromagers de la Table Ronde will be a sure hit at the end of a meal, best paired with a late-harvest wine like this cuvée from Vignoble du Marathonien.

  1. Taste tag : Fruity and extra sweet
    Origine Québec
    Vignoble du Marathonien Vendange Tardive 2018 White wine | 375 ml Canada , Quebec
    $29.15
    AvailableOnline AvailableIn store