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Inspiration

The spirit of sharing

If sharing is in your nature, get inspired by our articles, recipes, pairings and suggestions on the art of the table, wines, spirits and cocktails.

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    Gift ideas to make the holidays merry and bright!

    In the holiday crunch, we’re all trying to get a lot done in a very short amount of time. So, we’ve put together this quick list of gift ideas that are sure to delight your colleague, your best friend or the brother-in-law whose name you drew in the Secret Santa exchange!

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The holidays,
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    Original homemade gifts

    Looking to offer your hosts an original gift at your next Holiday dinner party? Skip the ubiquitous box of chocolates and give them a homemade present they’ll never forget. Here are three amazing ideas that’ll please any foodie!

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    Rediscover crème de menthe

    In recent years, crème de menthe has been more popular than ever in the world of spirits in Québec. Not familiar with mint cream? Read on to discover this minty-sweet and refreshing liqueur.

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  1. sylvestre, wine, Gabriel Boussion, 100th
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    Agencies and the SAQ: 100 years of partnership

    Import agencies play a crucial role in the supply of wines and spirits in Quebec. As the SAQ celebrates its 100th anniversary, it wishes to recognize the work of four agencies with which it has worked for many years.

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  2. Médoc vineyard
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    Rediscover Médoc reds

    Its name evokes the nobility, the prestigious castles, the cradle of some of the greatest wines in the world. The mythical wine region of Bordeaux and particularly the Médoc vineyard, located on its left bank, is among the best known on the entire wine planet and yet, it seems to intimidate with the history and rankings that have made its glory. But are you sure you know this region well?

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  3. gifts ideas christmas spirits homemade
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    Original homemade gifts

    Looking to offer your hosts an original gift at your next Holiday dinner party? Skip the ubiquitous box of chocolates and give them a homemade present they’ll never forget. Here are three amazing ideas that’ll please any foodie!

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  4. Orange wine suggestions from SAQ experts
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    Orange wine: Suggestions from our experts

    Starting Tuesday, October 5, look for New arrivals all about orange wines available for online presale. To help you choose, we asked our experts to taste them all (lucky them) and list 6 favourites. Check them out but act fast, quantities are limited.

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  5. boisset, wines, thanksgiving, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, bourgogne
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    Six food and wine pairings for Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is all about getting together and spending time with the people who mean the most to us. For the perfect wines to toast and give thanks, turn to Boisset la Famille des Grands Vins and its broad selection.

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  6. Seven pilot projects now accepting your bottles
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    7 pilot projects now accepting your bottles

    No fewer than seven pilot projects are ongoing across Quebec. All accept the containers to be included in the return-deposit system. And yes, your wine and spirits bottles are welcome at any and all of them.

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  7. Volunteers in a Food bank
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    Martin Lévesque: A man with a big heart

    Why volunteer? It’s a question that our busy lives make hard not to ask… Yet when we talk to actual volunteers, the answer is always the same: “Volunteering does me a world of good, and I feel like I’m making a difference in the lives of others.” Not surprisingly, scientific studies show that volunteering rewards people with a sense of accomplishment and well-being.

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  8. Pinot noir
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    Pinot noir

    Grown in Champagne, Savoy, the Loire Valley and Alsace, Pinot Noir owes its fame to the great wines of Burgundy. The cool regions of California, New Zealand, Chile and Argentina also allow it to thrive. It is the source of delicate wines with complex aromas of red fruits and spices.

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  9. Sauvignon blanc
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    Sauvignon blanc

    Sauvignon is a grape native to the Gironde and the Loire, in France (two regions which claim its origin). It produces very distinctive wines with great freshness where fruity and herbaceous notes intermingle. Besides France, it has adapted wonderfully well to New Zealand, Chile and the United States (California).

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  10. Sangiovese
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    Sangiovese

    Sangiovese owes its fame to the great wines of Tuscany, famous since the Middle Ages. It is widespread throughout the Italian peninsula, and its cherry and spice scents come in several styles depending on where it is grown. It is now found in temperate regions of California where it manages to express all the finesse of its aromas.

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  11. Chardonnay
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    Chardonnay

    Known for producing some of the most coveted white wines in the world, Chardonnay is a grape native to the village of the same name in the Mâconnais sub-region in Burgundy. Internationally renowned, it is the source of the great white wines of Burgundy, but has conquered many wine-producing countries including the United States (California), Australia, Chile and Canada.

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  12. Syrah
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    Syrah

    Syrah is a French grape variety originating from the northern part of the Rhône valley. Due to its aromatic richness and intensity, its production has spread to the southern coasts of the Rhône as well as to Languedoc, Spain, Australia, the United States, Argentina and Chile, where the cool nights and hot and humid days contribute to its development

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