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  1. 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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  2. Distillerie St. Laurent
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    Distillerie du St. Laurent: Proud artisans

    In Rimouski, in the Lower St. Lawrence, stands a new architectural building overlooking the St. Lawrence River that’s home to Distillerie du St. Laurent. It’s in this enchanting part of the Pointe-au-Père district, with its iconic lighthouse and spectacular sunsets, that Joël Pelletier and Jean-François Cloutier create and share their products.

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  3. Distillerie Comont
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    Distillerie Comont: From the earth to our hands to the bottle

    When you stroll through the streets of Bedford in the Eastern Townships, you quickly notice a huge red-brick building. A vestige of the industrial era, this old needle factory has become a creative hub and an artists’ residence, and it’s where Samuel Gaudette and Vanessa Cliche have set up their stills.

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  4. Quebec, a land of many tastes | Fields of flavour
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    Quebec, a land of many tastes | Fields of flavour

    What does a meadow, river or forest taste like? That’s a prickly question! One we boldly try to answer by exploring the province in the hopes of discovering Quebec’s taste profile, a bit like a large herbarium of flavours and aromas.

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  5. A holiday toast to Quebec
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    A holiday toast to Quebec

    Caught up in the magic of the holidays? How about some festive cocktails made from Québec products, recipes and ingredients to make the season even merrier?

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  6. 3 recipes to celebrate fall and Thanksgiving
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    3 recipes to celebrate fall and Thanksgiving

    Tired of the same old traditional Thanksgiving turkey? Fall is the perfect time to breathe new life into your cooking! These recipes are super simple and easy to make, plus they’ll leave you plenty of time to mingle with your guests.

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  7. Distillerie Shefford: From sap to bottle
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    Distillerie Shefford: From sap to bottle

    The Eastern Townships, with Mount Shefford as a backdrop, is where the Bourassa brothers harvest some 2,500,000 litres of maple water per year, and where they nurture their second passion—the distillery.

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  8. 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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  9. The Wine Route turns 20
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    The Wine Route turns 20

    Brome-Missisquoi’s Wine Route is celebrating its 20th anniversary—the ideal occasion to explore this circuit teeming with culinary and cultural gems, spanning 140 km of mountains, valleys and quaint villages. Here, we zoom in on an infinitely charming destination and six of its most popular products.

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  10. A passion for apples and entrepreneurship
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    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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  11. 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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  12. Cidrerie Le Somnambule
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    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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