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A gust of fresh flavours

As the temperatures drop, it’s increasingly tempting to stay indoors where it’s cozy and warm. An excellent opportunity to receive your loved ones. That way, you don’t have to leave the comfort of your home. It’s kind of a win-win situation.

Discover new flavours and products that pair beautifully with cold-weather classics.

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  • The gift of Quebec
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    The gift of Quebec

    In the last few years, more and more people have wanted to buy local. In fact, this movement was already popular in the restaurant industry. And Quebec is proud to offer plenty of fine spirits that are perfect for your holiday dinners, or even to gift to your loved ones.

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It's time for comforting meals and home coziness

A season to share quality time and treat yourself!

  •  3 low-alcohol cocktails by Maxime Boivin
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    3 low-alcohol cocktails by Maxime Boivin

    More and more people have been moderating their drinking lately—and not just as a New Year’s resolution! Mixologist Maxime Boivin is here with three recipes to help you celebrate without compromising on fun. His tasty concoctions for brunch, happy hour and more are sure to spread good cheer!

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  • Domaine du Ridge – 26 years of pure passion
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    Domaine du Ridge – 26 years of pure passion

    Somewhere in Saint-Armand, in the Eastern Townships, there’s a gorgeous road lined with tall trees that leads to a wooden building at the heart of Domaine du Ridge. I recently had the pleasure of visiting this agritourism hot spot, which is also one of the most well-known vineyards in Quebec.

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  • Cocktail with maple sugar in a glass
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    Maple sugar cocktails!

    Maple sugar season has arrived! Whether to accompany a traditional cabane à sucre or simply for the sake of trying something new, here are three cocktail recipes featuring our province’s favourite springtime treat.

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  • Rosé wines can be enjoyed year-round.
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    Year-round rosés

    Rosé has earned itself a category all its own and can be enjoyed any day and any season. Here’s a short guide to better understanding and pairing this pretty-in-pink drink, no matter the weather.

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  1. Rougemont
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    Rougemont: Much more than apples!

    The spectacle offered by the thousands of apple blossoms in this magnificent town is umatched. A walk to the top of Mont Rougemont allows you to contemplate its extent and understand why it’s nicknamed "the capital of the apple"!

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  2. Côte des Saints Distillery
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    Côte des Saints Distillery

    Heavenly distillery On a country road in Mirabel, a group of knowledgeable amateurs – unanimous in their personal investment in their company – are doing everything they can to deliver high-quality spirits

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  3. Local distillers to the rescue
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    Local distillers to the rescue

    In March 2020, Quebec’s distilleries massively responded to the governments’ calls for help, producing and distributing hand sanitizer for the healthcare system and essential services.

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  4. BluePearl Distillery
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    Fun with friends

    Take a couple of roommates who like beer and chemistry, add a new neighbour with a few business ideas and you get a distillery that loves colourful products.

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  5. Appleton
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    Appleton: The magic of rum

    After vodka, gin, and tequila, it’s now rum’s turn to experience a qualitative revolution.

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  6. Québec cheeses and complementary pairings
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    Cheese pairings: Try something new!

    Hosting a wine-and-cheese-themed evening is always a sure-fire success! For a modern take on a cheese tray, seek out Québec cheeses and complementary pairings that stray a bit from the beaten path.

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  7. PGI Quebec Wine appellation
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    PGI Quebec Wine appellation

    Quebec wines have their very own reserved appellation, the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Quebec Wine, thanks to efforts by visionary winemakers who endeavoured to ensure that their wines would be able to reach the apex of the industry. 

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  8. Rivière du Chêne vineyard
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    The Rivière du Chêne vineyard

    The Rivière du Chêne winery is definitely one of the most well known in Quebec, thanks to the passion of its founder, Daniel Lalande.

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  9. Recipes with apples
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    Apples on the menu

    Apples aren’t just for dessert and can be prepared a thousand ways… Here are our suggestions for a menu composed only of apples.

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  10. 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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  11. Jean Joly
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    Marathonien Jean Joly

    A family affair in every sense of the word, the Vignoble du Marathonien has been earning praise and awards for more than 25 years.

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  12. 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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