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  1. Gourmet tour for a summer weekend
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    Gourmet tour for a summer weekend

    Audrenne Demoy, co-owner of Cidrerie du Minot, shares her Montérégie top spots, from the Circuit du paysan to farms and vineyards, restaurants, and gourmet boutiques.

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  2. Milton
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    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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  3. mariana distillery
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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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  4. 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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  5. menaud distillerie
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    Menaud: For the love of Charlevoix

    There’s no cutting corners at Menaud. Driven by authenticity, local craftspeople develop products that don’t skimp on quality.

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  6. cirka distilleries
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    Cirka microdistillery: Always up for a challenge

    Inspired by the quality of homegrown products from across the province, Cirka became the first Québec microdistillery to produce spirits from grain to glass.

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  7. quebec's organic wineries
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    Vineyard to cellar: Quebec’s organic wines

    Two Quebec vintners explain how they create wines that are as good for the planet as they are for wine lovers.

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  8. Products bottled in Quebec
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    Local bottling: A growing trend

    "The world and the times are changing" sang Richard Séguin, and it’s usually for the best! In the behaviour changes we must adopt for the health of the planet, the way beverages and other foods are packaged is part of the solution.

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  9. Entre Pierre et Terre vineyard
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    Entre Pierre et Terre vineyard

    For Loïc Chanut and Michelle Boyer, it was love at first sight... with their vineyard! Ever since, Quebec, too, has fallen in love with this duo and their products!

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  10. Wine barrels
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    The effect of wood on wine

    What is the effect of wood on wine? Should it be noticeable or understated? Here is a bit of background on maturing wine in oak.

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  11. corkscrew
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    What Exactly is a Corked Wine?

    The table is set, the glasses shined and all that’s left to do is to open the wine to go with the roast beef that’s been filling your house with mouth-watering aromas all day. You pop the cork and a strange smell wafts out of the bottle. And you know it’s strange because this is a wine you know by heart—one of your very favourites. Your wine is probably corked. But how does this even happen?

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  12. Glasse of wine with sediment
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    Sediment in wine, is this normal?

    Nowadays, we expect wine to be perfectly smooth and crystal clear. As a result, some may be surprised to find gritty, powdery or crystalline deposits when pouring that last delicious glass, or when peering into the bottle itself. Is sediment bad? The gritty truth is: No.

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