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  1. Le Mas de Patriotes winery: Where heritage meets terroir
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    Le Mas de Patriotes winery: Where heritage meets terroir

    Le Mas des Patriotes winery grew out of a lifelong dream. In the early 2000s, France Cliche restored an old abandoned barn and planted the first few acres of vines in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu—becoming one of only a handful of women winery owners.

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  2. Domaine Les Brome
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    Léon Courville’s wonderful legacy

    He has unfortunately left us, but the one who has always supported him in life and in the destiny of the estate perpetuates the mission they had given themselves together: To make remarkable wines from unusual grape varieties and techniques.

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  3. Vignoble Château de Cartes
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    Vignoble Château de Cartes: A terroir made for bubbly

    Along the wine route in Dunham, in the Montérégie region, sits the magnificent building that houses the Château des Cartes winery. It’s where Stéphane Lamarre has spent many years pursuing his passion for vine-growing.

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  4. Domaine des Côtes d’Ardoise
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    Domaine des Côtes d’Ardoise: Combining art and winemaking

    Right by the Quebec-Vermont border, 80 km south of Montreal, there’s a winery steeped in history located in the town of Dunham—Domaine des Côtes d’Ardoise. It’s considered to be the oldest active commercial vineyard in Quebec and stands out through its gardens, historical buildings and impressive art exhibit. And it’s where Henry-Alain Drocourt offers tastings of the estate’s wines.

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  5. Vignoble Coteau Rougemont
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    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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  6. monther's day gift ideas
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    A bouquet of floral wines for Mother’s Day

    Flowers are widely considered to be the go-to gift for Mother’s Day. But rather than give a bouquet that won’t last long, why not opt for a floral wine that tastes like spring?

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

    Three 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. Vignoble Saint-Thomas: For the love of the land
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    Vignoble Saint-Thomas: For the love of the land

    Discover the hidden gem that is Vignoble Saint-Thomas, a place that exemplifies the richness of Quebec’s terroir, and the noble and fertile land that benefits from Éric’s experience and unbridled passion for wine.

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  9. La Halte des Pèlerins: Urban winemaking
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    La Halte des Pèlerins: Urban winemaking

    Estrie, just 5 minutes away from Sherbrooke, is where Marco Corbin and his family combine their love of wine with their flair for hosting to create the star products at La Halte des Pèlerins vineyard, which include Le Prestige and Le Voyageur. Here’s my visit to this fascinating urban winery.

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  10. Domaine Cartier-Potelle: Vines and beautiful landscapes!
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    Domaine Cartier-Potelle: Vines and beautiful landscapes!

    Just 30 minutes from Montreal, in the Montérégie region, a shape stands out from the horizon—Mont Rougemont. On entering the town of the same name, having driven along winding roads lined with vines and apple trees, you see a sign at the side of the road: Welcome to Domaine Cartier-Potelle.

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  11. A bird’s-eye view of the grapevines at Les Petits Cailloux
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    A bird’s-eye view of the grapevines at Les Petits Cailloux

    Located at the foot of Mont Yamaska, right on the border of Montérégie and Estrie, Les Petits Cailloux winery has panoramic landscapes that’ll take your breath away. This charming little spot in Saint-Paul-d’Abbotsford is where Martin Lavertu and Françoise Goudreau grow their grapes and showcase their various products.

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  12. Vignoble du Marathonien: A name synonymous with passion
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    Vignoble du Marathonien: A name synonymous with passion

    In southern Quebec, just a few kilometres from the U.S. border, a stand of maple trees opens onto rows of vines. It’s here in Havelock that Line and Jean Joly founded Vignoble du Marathonien, where they make one of Canada’s top ice wines.

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