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Cider Maker

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  1. Upcycling the fruits of their labour
    Profiles

    Upcycling the fruits of their labour

    At Entre Pierre et Terre in Franklin, in Montérégie, not only do owners Michelle Boyer and Loïc Chanut turn their orchard fruit into cider, wine and spirits, they also find ingenious ways to make sure nothing goes to waste.

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  2. Cidrerie et Distillerie C.E.Petch: 100 years of passion
    Interviews

    Cidrerie et Distillerie C.E.Petch: 100 years of passion

    “The apple trees right behind me were planted by my great-grandfather 100 years ago,” said owner Justin Petch before biting into a Cortland apple he picked along our walk.

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  3. A passion for apples and entrepreneurship
    Interviews

    A passion for apples and entrepreneurship

    At the heart of Sainte-Cécile-de-Milton is an orchard teeming with life—Cidrerie Milton. Fourth-generation owner Marc-Antoine Lasnier is the one steering this impressive outfit that continues to surprise and delight us.

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  4. Vignoble Coteau Rougemont
    Interviews

    Coteau Rougemont: A dream come true

    Coteau Rougemont Vineyard and Cidery embodies a passion for Quebec wines that has stood the test of time. Majestically overlooking the Montérégie region, it offers an authentic experience and breathtaking views. A vision of perseverance that became a reality.

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  5. Cidrerie Le Somnambule
    Interviews

    Le Somnambule: Discovering natural cider

    Le Somnambule’s cider is the result of an authentic and artisanal process unlike any other. Read about a moment in time at the cider house’s orchard, surrounded by flowering trees, buzzing bees and tweeting birds.

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  6. Cidrerie Michel Jodoin
    Interviews

    Cidrerie Michel Jodoin: A beautiful family story

    You’d be right in referring to Cidrerie Michel Jodoin as a perfectly balanced blend of a legacy that continues to grow, a passionate team, an owner who’s also a bon vivant, and products you’ll only find here in Quebec. It’s easy to see why this slice of paradise is the pride of Rougemont!

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  7. Union Libre, cider, vineyard, origine Quebec
    Interviews

    Union Libre: savouring the difference

    If you visit L’Orpailleur Vineyard and ask Charles-Henri de Coussergues why you should go across the street to try Union Libre wines, a business he also owns, he’ll tell you: “Each grower is unique. Our two Chardonnays are nothing alike.”

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  8. Milton
    Profiles

    Milton Star, delicious and accessible ready-to-drink ciders!

    Légers en alcool, savoureux et pratiques, les cocktails prêts à boire n’ont jamais été aussi populaires auprès des Québécois. Forte de son passé artisanal, la Cidrerie Milton continue d’innover et de se démarquer en présentant la pomme autrement grâce à quatre cidres offerts en version cocktail.

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  9. Cidrerie du Minot
    Profiles

    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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  10. Michel Jodoin
    Profiles

    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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  11. Domaine de Lavoie
    Profiles

    The fruits of innovation

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

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  12. Verger Hemmingford
    Profiles

    Hemmingford Orchard

    One thing is for sure: No mere virus is going to take down Verger Hemmingford! François Pouliot and Stéphanie Beaudoin have seen some amazing things over the 26 years of existence of their "creative cidery," formerly known under the name La Face cachée de la pomme.

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