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Quebec products

Autumn in Quebec means it’s time to hit the orchards. And while crumbles and pies are certainly a great way to enjoy apples, cider producers also offer us a myriad of delicious drinks, from sparkling to sweet cider, much to our delight.
Time for ciders!

Meet the producers

  • Milton
    Interviews

    Milton Star, delicious and accessible ready-to-drink ciders!

    Légers en alcool, savoureux et pratiques, les cocktails prêts à boire n’ont jamais été aussi populaires auprès des Québécois. Forte de son passé artisanal, la Cidrerie Milton continue d’innover et de se démarquer en présentant la pomme autrement grâce à quatre cidres offerts en version cocktail.

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  • Cidrerie Milton
    Profiles

    Comfort me with apples

    The Lasnier family have been growing apples for four generations, and Marc-Antoine Lasnier skilfully represents the fourth one. He crafts an array of apple ciders that are the pride of Cidrerie Milton.

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  • Domaine Lafrance: Ciders, spirits, and sanitizer
    Profiles

    Domaine Lafrance: Ciders, spirits, and sanitizer

    Living in the country, surrounded by vines and fruit trees, doesn’t mean you’re disconnected from reality. At Domaine Lafrance, the beautiful copper still is now also being used to make hand sanitizer. Portrait of a distillery-cider house that stands in solidarity with its region.

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  • Verger Hemmingford
    Profiles

    Hemmingford Orchard

    One thing is for sure: No mere virus is going to take down Verger Hemmingford! François Pouliot and Stéphanie Beaudoin have seen some amazing things over the 26 years of existence of their "creative cidery," formerly known under the name La Face cachée de la pomme.

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Visit Vignoble Côte de Champlain

A hidden treasure

Located in Montérégie, the Vignoble Côte de Champlain stands out for its limestone soil rich in many layers of shells, a heritage from the ancient Champlain Sea, which gives the vines a unique richness. Christian Dubois, owner and passionate winegrower, welcomed us there.

French only. 

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  1. Sanitizer
    Profiles

    Local distillers to the rescue

    Many Quebec distilleries answered the governments’ calls for help, producing and distributing hand sanitizer for the healthcare system and essential services!

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  2. distillery
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    Spirits: grain to glass

    All it took was one and a quarter miles of corn fields in every direction, boreal water sourced from almost 300 feet underground, and a splash of crazy, and Pierre Mantha had everything he needed to start a new career by launching an artisanal distillery—the first in Outaouais—built just a few steps from the Gatineau airport. The secret to his success? A range of top-shelf spirits made with the choicest of raw ingredients.

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  3. Yvan Quirion, the winey boss is smiling
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    A family affair

    Quality wines, exceptional terroir, contagious passion and a family united around a shared project: Domaine St-Jacques. Yvan Quirion is proud to count on his family to help make one of Québec’s best vineyards shine!

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    Honeymoon

    Deeply rooted in tradition, honey wine (mead) has finally found its place in today’s cellars. Intermiel’s delectable nectars, in particular, have enjoyed front-row seats to this renewed need for mead. Here’s a look at the libation that will leave you wanting more.

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  5. Glasses of rosés from Quebec
    Trends

    Seven rosés from Quebec to enjoy

    Rosés produced right here in Quebec are becoming even more numerous and even more popular. Have you tried them yet?

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  6. Quebec’s white grape varieties
    Profiles

    Quebec’s white grape varieties

    Discover the five most popular white grape varieties grown in Quebec – just the right kind of refreshment to help celebrate St. Jean Baptiste Day!

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  7. How to choose the best lobster
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    How to choose the best lobster

    Lobster season in Quebec peaks from the end of April to the middle of July. So on Mother’s Day or Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, everyone can celebrate in style.

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  8. A cocktail drawing
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    A made in Quebec Vermouth

    Long associated with the kind of aperitif that our grandparents enjoyed, vermouth has seen renewed interest in the past few years.

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  9. Cocktail with maple sugar in a glass
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    Maple sugar cocktails!

    Maple sugar season has arrived! Whether to accompany a traditional cabane à sucre or Easter meal or simply for the sake of trying something new, here are three cocktail recipes featuring our province’s favourite springtime treat.

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    3 cocktails made with cider

    Created by mixologist Vincent Vaillancourt­-Séguin, these three cocktails showcase the versatility of cider, which can be enjoyed in all its forms (dry, sparkling, sweet, distilled, etc.).

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  11. The best wine and BBQ pairings.
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    Tricks for perfect wine and BBQ pairings

    Summer is the perfect time to bring together wines and grilled meats, papillotes and kebabs, cooked right on your own BBQ. Here are several suggestions for combining meat and wine.

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