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Red Wine

Grape varieties, production methods, food and wine pairings, service and storage: discover all our articles on red wine.

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  1. The explosive popularity of volcanic wine
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    The explosive popularity of volcanic wine

    Volcanic wines have been a hot trend for the last few years. But are these vintages produced in proximity to volcanoes that much different from other wines, or is it all just smoke and mirrors? We spoke with some experts to find out.

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  2. Chilled red wines
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    Chilled red wines: How-to

    You naturally serve your white and rosé wine chilled, but did you know that many red wines can also benefit from a little ice bath to counter hot summer days? Spotlight on a refreshing trend.

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  3. Le Mas de Patriotes winery: Where heritage meets terroir
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    Le Mas de Patriotes winery: Where heritage meets terroir

    Le Mas des Patriotes winery grew out of a lifelong dream. In the early 2000s, France Cliche restored an old abandoned barn and planted the first few acres of vines in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu—becoming one of only a handful of women winery owners.

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  4. Rioja
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    Rioja DOC: Renowned and recognized

    Rioja is one of the most prestigious wine regions and enjoys a well-established reputation. Under the DOC designation, its high-quality wines always seduce with their elegance and excellent aging potential. But there’s no reason with you can’t succumb to these cuvées right away.

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  5. Wines of South Africa: A new perspective
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    Wines of South Africa: A new perspective

    There’s a lot going on right now with South African wines. With their remarkable array of styles and grape varieties, these wines will be the stars of your summer BBQs. And with the shift towards noble varieties and sustainable practices, you have even more reasons to fall for South African whites and reds!

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Gagliano Vineyard, la piccola Italia di Dunham
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    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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  10. Trapiche vineyard argentina
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    Trapiche: Pioneer of Argentinian winemaking

    Building on over 135 years’ experience in wine production, Trapiche is among Argentina’s most influential vineyards and helps extend the reach of its country’s wines around the world.

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  11. Médoc vineyard
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    Rediscover Médoc reds

    Its name evokes the nobility, the prestigious castles, the cradle of some of the greatest wines in the world. The mythical wine region of Bordeaux and particularly the Médoc vineyard, located on its left bank, is among the best known on the entire wine planet and yet, it seems to intimidate with the history and rankings that have made its glory. But are you sure you know this region well?

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  12. Syrah
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    Syrah

    Syrah is a French grape variety originating from the northern part of the Rhône valley. Due to its aromatic richness and intensity, its production has spread to the southern coasts of the Rhône as well as to Languedoc, Spain, Australia, the United States, Argentina and Chile, where the cool nights and hot and humid days contribute to its development

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