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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. Kir Cocktail
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    Kir many ways

    Kir is a wine and cassis–based cocktail with many variations.

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  2. corn on the cob
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    4 Ways to enjoy corn on the cob

    It’s prime corn season – so what’s better than a weekend corn roast?

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  3. Red wines
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    Product ratings: how to find your way around?

    Many trade magazines and online news sites provide ratings for products. Since it is sometimes difficult to find your way through these different sources, here are some explanations about the different rating systems.

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  4. Glasses of rosés from Quebec
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    Seven rosés from Quebec to enjoy

    Rosés produced right here in Quebec are becoming even more numerous and even more popular. Have you tried them yet?

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  5. Winery
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    Verdejo: a rare wine

    Several lesser-known grape varieties do not qualify as “international”. Such is the case of Verdejo, an indigenous white variety originating from Rueda in the northwest of Spain.

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  6. Glasses of grappa, an Italian spirit
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    Grappa, an Italian spirit

    Italy produces several excellent types of wine, but only one spirit: the legendary grappa. Transparent or lightly golden when refined, this elixir, the pride of Italians, comes to the table at the end of the meal to be enjoyed by those who love finesse and elegance.

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  7. Veneto
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    Reds from Veneto: unique techniques

    Veneto stands out for three reasons in the world of Italian wine. The most important region in terms of its volume of production, notably because of the remarkable success of Prosecco, it has also brought about unique techniques of production for red wine.

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  8. Honey limonade
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    3 Refreshing summer cocktails

    Here are three refreshing recipes that are easy to make and will ensure you’re a hit at all your backyard BBQs and get-togethers! Get ready to cool down with honey lemonade, spiced iced tea and sparkling vodka punch.

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  9. Six cocktails for Italian-style aperitifs.
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    Six cocktails: Italian aperitifs

    While Italy is well known for its wine, its cocktails have an equally solid reputation. With such a wide variety of national spirits, there is one for every taste: from the sweet and sunny limoncello to the bitter Campari, Aperol or the unbeatable almond liqueur.

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  10. Must-have cocktails
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    Must-have ingredients for cocktails

    We love summer, we love cocktails and we love keeping up with the trends! So here are two ingredients that will have you clinking glasses to the season and impressing all your friends!

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  11. several gin bottles
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    Top 4 cocktail trends of the summer

    Summer is just around the corner, and you want to relax on a sunny terrace with friends! To accompany these delightful moments, here are some cocktails and trendy spirits to have on your table during the sunny season.

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  12. freeze popsicle with liquor
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    Popsicle + Cocktail = Poptail!

    Crossing a popsicle with a cocktail begets the poptail, the adult version of those frozen treats from our childhood. Here are two super-simple recipes packed with icy flavour. They’re so easy to make you’d be crazy not to try them!

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