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  1. Gagliano Vineyard, la piccola Italia di Dunham

    Gagliano Vineyard, la piccola Italia di Dunham

    Gagliano Vineyard is like an Italian holiday—in the heart of the Eastern Townships! Just head to Dunham to savour a pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven, paired with a delightful glass of bubbly. You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d been whisked off to Tuscany!

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  2. Laurent and Yves Ballard from Distillerie La Manufacture

    Distillerie La Manufacture : A Taste of the Laurentians

    Distillerie La Manufacture is tucked away in the heart of the Laurentians, in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. Laurent and his father welcomed me into their hideaway to share the story behind their products—from the famous Panacée gin and Narval vodka to all the new eaux de vie bursting with local flavour.

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  3. Climate Change: The impact on Quebec wines

    Climate Change: The impact on Quebec wines

    Climate change is happening and is quite literally on everyone's lips. While the vineyards of the Old World are being affected, Quebec viticulture is also experiencing its surprising effects. What impacts will the climate crisis have on our wine? Experts and winemakers shed some light on the subject.

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  4. grape harvest, quebec, wine, vineyard

    The Wine Harvest: Quebec celebrates!

    September and October is the perfect time to follow the Wine Route to enjoy a host of activities and seasonal celebrations. Here are a few suggestions of stops to add to your tour.

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  5. Apple season

    Apple Season: A gourmet autumn in perspective

    Fall means apple season! And in Quebec, we never miss the opportunity to head to the orchards to stock up on these fresh local delights, which we use in a variety of sweet and savoury recipes.

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  6. Cocktail based cider

    Top 5 cider cocktails for fall

    Here in Quebec, we enjoy many types of local ciders, but did you know that these nectars from our orchards can also be used to make some great cocktails? Here’s our Top 5.

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  7. meadery, mead, gaspesie, vieux moulin, honey wine

    Gaspésie’s Vieux Moulin meadery: A historical gem

    Gaspésie is famous for its winding roads, salty sea air and breathtaking landscapes, but it’s also rich with history. For instance, you might be interested in learning about the Tremblays, the family that runs the Vieux Moulin Meadery in Sainte-Flavie, the gateway to this beautiful region.

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  8. Union Libre, cider, vineyard, origine Quebec

    Union Libre: savouring the difference

    If you visit L’Orpailleur Vineyard and ask Charles-Henri de Coussergues why you should go across the street to try Union Libre wines, a business he also owns, he’ll tell you: “Each grower is unique. Our two Chardonnays are nothing alike.”

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  9. Ste-Petronille, vineyard, wine, Île d'Orléans, SAQ

    Memorable moments at Vignoble Ste-Pétronille

    There’s so much to savour when visiting Île d’Orléans, a prime food tourism destination with six villages spanning 33 km. During a visit, we checked out the spot where everything started for Vignoble Ste-Pétronille—the very place that shares its name.

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  10. Grand Dérangement, distillery, Lanaudière, Origine Québec, gin, vodka, organic

    La Distillerie Grand Dérangement: From ground to glass

    In June, Distillerie Grand Dérangement founder and CEO Marcel Mailhot invited us to his new distillery, inaugurated in the spring of 2020. It’s there, in Saint-Jacques in the Lanaudière region, that it all happens—with the smallest carbon footprint and the largest circular economy, from ground to glass.

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  11. Distillery, Charlevoyou, Famille migneron, gin, Charlevoix

    A visit to La Famille Migneron de Charlevoix

    After meeting Madeleine Dufour from La Famille Migneron in Baie-Saint-Paul, I finally understood what she meant by “In Charlevoix, there’s something you can’t explain.” I went there to learn about what they make and was able to see the world through their eyes by discovering their inimitable products

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  12. Sous le bouchon

    Episode 8 | Quebec wines

    The wine-making business in Quebec is growing fast thanks to the know-how, determination and ingenuity of our local artisans. Join us with 2 local winemakers: Isabelle Lafont from Vignoble Les artisans du terroir and Daniel Lalande from the Rivière du Chêne vineyard and La Cantina vineyard as we discuss the Quebec wine industry.

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