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  1. Portugal: A world of its own
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    Portugal: A world of its own

    With its unique and vast range of grape varieties, Portugal holds a unique place on the world wine map. A highly accessible place, too, with wines often as inexpensive as they are flavourful.

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  2. A fresh look at German wines
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    A fresh look at German wines

    Refreshing, tasty, plentiful, and more accessible than you might think, discovering German wines is easy and lots of fun!

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  3. Rioja: Reserved for good times
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    Rioja: Reserved for good times

    Flavourful and complex, Rioja wines provide comforting pairings for fall and winter meals. Reserva wines, in particular, give a sense of elegance to special occasions – without breaking the bank.

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    Distillerie Mariana: Off the beaten track

    Mariana is derived from the scientific name of the black spruce: Picea mariana. Emblematic of the North American boreal forest, the tree also gives Canopée forest gin—the very first spirit created by Distillerie Mariana—its distinctive essence.

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  5. Australia: Diversity on a continental scale
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    Australia: Diversity on a continental scale

    Having over 100 grape varieties spread over a landmass larger than all of Europe is a recipe for diversity. As Aussie winemakers embrace it more than ever, it’s time to invite them back to your table.

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  6. South Africa, the Land of a Thousand and One Wines
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    South Africa, the Land of a Thousand and One Wines

    Building on a 360-year history and a renewed and forward-looking energy, South Africa produces a range of wines as distinctive and diverse as its amazing landscapes.

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  7. Errázuriz: a 150-year-strong pioneer
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    Errázuriz: a 150-year-strong pioneer

    When he founded his wine estate back in 1870, Don Maximiano Errázuriz was already envisioning the best, in the sunny climate of Chile’s Aconcagua valley. It’s a vision that the estate continues to share worldwide, in an effort to continually step it up.

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  8. Elqui Valley
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    Chile’s new horizons

    After charming the world with its affordable, quality Cabernets, since the 1980s, Chile has incessantly been seeking out new opportunities and opening new wine territories.

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  9. Val de Loire Charmingly French!
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    Val de Loire Charmingly French!

    Elegant chateaux and historic villages, welcoming temperatures of valleys and plains... the Val de Loire is a treasure trove of happiness from diverse wine discoveries to classic French charm.

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  10. La Chaufferie Distillery
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    La Chaufferie Distillery

    Housed in one of Granby’s historic buildings, La Chaufferie microdistillery is masterfully led by a very small team of passionate artisans who painstakingly craft their spirits, from grain to glass.

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  11. Ambiance vin
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    The 2000s: Celebrating our terroir

    With the discovery of New World wines, the locavore movement, and the emergence of technological tools giving access to a ton of local and international products, the new millennium is filled with promise!

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  12. SAQ Signature, 1999, Cours-Mont-Royal
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    The 1980s: The wine in our sails

    From new Beaujolais to exclusive Bordeaux and Port, wine was taking up more and more space at the SAQ, at a time when culture and the wine market all over the world were undergoing a complete transformation.

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