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  1. Job: Whisky maker
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    Job: Whisky maker

    At Cirka Distilleries, located in the Côte-Saint-Paul district of Montreal, Isabelle Rochette works the stills to bottle the enchanting flavour of Quebec barley, rye and corn. We had the opportunity to talk to her about her great passion for whisky.

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  2. Val Caudalies, a treat for the senses
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    Val Caudalies, a treat for the senses

    A few kilometres past Dunham and its lovely stone houses, you can’t help but notice a hundred-year-old red barn beckoning you to turn left. Here, nestled in the Appalachian foothills, is where you’ll find the Val Caudalies vineyard.

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Isabelle Lafont, maître de chai du vignoble Les Artisans du Terroir
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    A taste of Quebec at Les Artisans du Terroir vineyard

    In the heart of Saint-Paul-d’Abbotsford, a charming village in Montérégie, David Guertin and his associates at Les Artisans du Terroir work tirelessly to create authentically Quebec wines, including Prémices Blanc, their most popular vintage.

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  8. 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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  9. Domaine du Ridge – 26 years of pure passion
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    Domaine du Ridge – 26 years of pure passion

    Somewhere in Saint-Armand, in the Eastern Townships, there’s a gorgeous road lined with tall trees that leads to a wooden building at the heart of Domaine du Ridge. I recently had the pleasure of visiting this agritourism hot spot, which is also one of the most well-known vineyards in Quebec.

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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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