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  1. Anne Monna from Cassis Monna & Filles
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    Discover the rich world of blackcurrants with a visit to Cassis Monna et Filles

    When you arrive on Île d’Orléans, take a left at the first intersection and you’ll reach Cassis Monna et Filles in no time. Anne Monna, one of the sister-owners, welcomes me like an old friend. “We’re girls who love to celebrate and host parties. We created a place that reflects who we are.”

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  2. 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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  3. Quebec on your plate
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    Quebec on your plate

    This year, why not take inspiration from Quebec's terroir for your holiday feast? Here are some ideas for local ingredients that are sure to delight your guests.

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  4. Domaine l’Ange Gardien vineyard—from passion to glass
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    Domaine l’Ange Gardien vineyard—from passion to glass

    On the road up to Mont Ste-Anne, just past the bridge to Île d’Orléans, I discovered a hidden gem—the Domaine l’Ange Gardien vineyard. Here, you can savour a glass of Côte de Beaupré and meet the friendly and knowledgeable winemakers. You’ll be charmed in no time!

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  5. Quebec rum: The taste of the West Indies, made right here
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    Quebec rum: The taste of the West Indies, made right here

    Did you know that rum was already being distilled here in Quebec when it was known as New France? Clearly, the modern history of Quebec rums is much more recent, but its star is on the rise. Here’s a look at a trend that’s about to take off.

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  6. Distillerie Ubald
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    Ubald Distillery—from field to bottle

    Set a course for the magnificent Ubald Distillery, located on Route 363 in—you guessed it—Saint-Ubalde, in the area around Portneuf. A unique place where terroir and tradition combine to produce Ubald’s famous potato vodka as well as their Vallée gins, available in herbaceous and zesty varieties.

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  7. Blind tastings with 3 customers
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    No label mystery tastings

    Everyone has their own taste. So, there are as many different tastes as there are ways to express them. Among the large selection of products identified Origine Québec, Made in Québec and Bottled in Québec, there’s something for everyone, just like these blind tastings will show.

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  8. Gagliano Vineyard, la piccola Italia di Dunham
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    Gagliano Vineyard, la piccola Italia di Dunham

    Gagliano Vineyard is like an Italian holiday—in the heart of the Eastern Townships! Just head to Dunham to savour a pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven, paired with a delightful glass of bubbly. You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d been whisked off to Tuscany!

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  9. Climate Change: The impact on Quebec wines
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    Climate Change: The impact on Quebec wines

    Climate change is happening and is quite literally on everyone's lips. While the vineyards of the Old World are being affected, Quebec viticulture is also experiencing its surprising effects. What impacts will the climate crisis have on our wine? Experts and winemakers shed some light on the subject.

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  10. Laurent and Yves Ballard from Distillerie La Manufacture
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    Distillerie La Manufacture : A Taste of the Laurentians

    Distillerie La Manufacture is tucked away in the heart of the Laurentians, in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. Laurent and his father welcomed me into their hideaway to share the story behind their products—from the famous Panacée gin and Narval vodka to all the new eaux de vie bursting with local flavour.

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  11. grape harvest, quebec, wine, vineyard
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    The Wine Harvest: Quebec celebrates!

    September and October is the perfect time to follow the Wine Route to enjoy a host of activities and seasonal celebrations. Here are a few suggestions of stops to add to your tour.

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  12. Cocktail based cider
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    Top 5 cider cocktails for fall

    Here in Quebec, we enjoy many types of local ciders, but did you know that these nectars from our orchards can also be used to make some great cocktails? Here’s our Top 5.

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