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  1. Cidrerie Michel Jodoin
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    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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  2. Isle de Bacchus
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    Isle de Bacchus: Dropping in at the oldest vineyard on Île d’Orléans

    Located on Île d’Orléans, not 20 minutes from downtown Quebec City, Isle de Bacchus is one of the pioneers of Quebec winemaking. We made our way there to taste wines that unite tradition and innovation, while taking in an enchanting setting and a stunning view of the St. Lawrence.

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  3. A three-course meal with Indigenous chef Maxime Lizotte
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    A three-course meal with Indigenous chef Maxime Lizotte

    Chef Maxime Lizotte of the Maliseet of Viger First Nation shares three meals you can make on the grill inspired by his Indigenous heritage. Read our interview to see what other projects the food—and culture—lover has on his plate.

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  4. 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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  5. Domaine des Salamandres
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    Domaine des Salamandres: Authenticity in a bottle!

    Domaine des Salamandres is located in Montérégie, in the lovely orchard-rich town of Hemmingford. Surrounded by pear trees and grapevines, Sylvain and Denise welcomed me to their little piece of paradise with the same passion you can taste in their products.

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  6. Here comes crab season
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    Snow crab has arrived!

    If you have a craving for the world’s best crab, look no further than Quebec. The first warm sunny days of spring mark the start of snow crab season, setting the tone for the quintessential seafood feast. Find out how to choose your crab, cook it and pair it perfectly.

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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. Polynesian-inspired Easter
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    Polynesian-inspired Easter

    Looking to add a tropical twist to your next Easter get-together with friends and family? Put a new spin on the classic ham-and-pineapple combo with these two recipes that are easy to make and oh so delicious—not to mention, savoury and sweet!

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  9. 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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  10. Does piquette pique your curiosity?
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    Does piquette pique your curiosity?

    Do you know piquette? In French, the term has often been used to mean plonk or poor quality wine, but it’s actually a slightly tart, low-alcohol drink that’s been gaining popularity in the past few years. We look at the phenomenon in the latest edition of Fresh!

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  11. A sommelier at the sugar shack
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    A sommelier at the sugar shack

    What do you drink with a hearty bowl of pea soup or some mouth-watering maple ham? We asked Marie-Hélène, a sommelier with both a sweet tooth and a refined palate, to enjoy some good eats at a BYOW sugar shack so she could suggest the best pairings. Here’s what she discovered.

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  12. Acerum, a totally Québécois eau-de-vie
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    Acerum, a totally Québécois eau-de-vie

    Have you heard of Acerum? In this edition of Fresh, we’re looking at this newcomer on the fine spirits scene—an eau-de-vie made from the fermentation and distillation of maple sap.

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