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  1. Domaine de Lavoie
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    The fruits of innovation

    Cider is back in fashion. In addition to making wine, Domaine de Lavoie follows this growing trend.

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  2. Michel Jodoin
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    An apple tale

    From four generations of an apple-growing dynasty in Rougemont, Michel Jodoin has taken the best of the apple and bottled it, at a time when cider was considered the bottom of the barrel. An interview with a cider maker who’s as visionary as he is ambitious.

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  3. Domaine Bergeville
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    Effervescence on the wine

    Domaine bergeville is a tiny vineyard that thinks big. Every wine it produces – white, rosé or red – is effervescent comparing favourably to cavas, crémants or any other european sparkler. The difference is that domaine bergeville cuvées are certified organic and genuinely québécois.

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  4. Cidrerie du Minot
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    Celebrating apples

    Three decades ago, two Britons made their way to Hemmingford to breathe new life into the cider industry, after some backlash a few years back.

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  5. Landscape showing a Quebec vineyard.
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    Quebec wines take pride of place

    When you purchase Quebec wines, you’re supporting the local economy, all while choosing eco-friendly products. And also—they’re exceptional wines!

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  6. Sanitizer
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    Local distillers to the rescue

    Many Quebec distilleries answered the governments’ calls for help, producing and distributing hand sanitizer for the healthcare system and essential services!

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  7. champagne
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    Champagne: a matter of style

    There are many types of Champagne, from a dry Brut Nature, to a complex vintage, to a festive demi-sec served over ice. We take a closer look at this luxury product for any occasion.

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  8. cups of champagnes
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    To each their own...bubbly

    Bubbly’s rising popularity has resulted in a wide variety of bottles to choose from. Here’s a handy guide to finding the one that’s right for you!

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  9. distillery
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    Spirits: grain to glass

    All it took was one and a quarter miles of corn fields in every direction, boreal water sourced from almost 300 feet underground, and a splash of crazy, and Pierre Mantha had everything he needed to start a new career by launching an artisanal distillery—the first in Outaouais—built just a few steps from the Gatineau airport. The secret to his success? A range of top-shelf spirits made with the choicest of raw ingredients.

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  10. Wines from a land down-under!
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    Wines from a land down-under!

    Describing Aussie winemaking in just a few lines is tricky. The offer down under is more diverse than ever and behind us are the days of the monolithic full-bodied Australian wine. Recent years have ushered in new quality-focussed producers, and lately they’ve been taking a much more balanced approach to the craft.

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  11. Alsace landscape
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    Alsace, nice whites!

    White wine is popular in Quebec again, and how fortunate for Alsace — it’s their speciality. With an age-old winemaking tradition, the region proposes an exceptional offering of grapes that spring forth from a dizzying variety of terroirs.

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  12. Yvan Quirion, the winey boss is smiling
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    A family affair

    Quality wines, exceptional terroir, contagious passion and a family united around a shared project: Domaine St-Jacques. Yvan Quirion is proud to count on his family to help make one of Québec’s best vineyards shine!

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