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Natural wine

Virtually unknown not so long ago, natural wines have found their way into Quebecers’ hearts. What’s behind the rising popularity of these wines without additives?

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You probably know Cabernet and Sauvignon, but what about Savagnin and Tannat? Dive into the wide world of grape varieties and expand your horizons. 


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Need a little escape? Explore the most beautiful wine regions and discover their climate, main grape varieties, typical dishes and more.

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  1. Snapshot of Veneto

    Snapshot of Veneto

    Soave, Valpolicella, Pinot Grigio, Prosecco, Amarone: Veneto bottles some of Italy’s most popular wines.

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  2. Whisky and Scotch
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    Whisky and Scotch

    For spirit aficionados, whisky may well be the ultimate symbol of refinement. The cereal-based eau-de-vie is appreciated for its subtle taste and distinguished by its intricate distillation process.

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  3. whisky
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    The art of tasting fine spirits

    Brandy, armagnac, whisky… fine spirits are popular these days. But what exactly are we talking about, and how best should we appreciate these products?

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  4. Wine stored in a cellar

    Should wine be stored in a cellar?

    Does wine have to be kept in a cellar? The answer depends on how you plan to drink your wines. There’s an appropriate solution for every choice.

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  5. glasse of red wine
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    No more stained teeth!

    Discover how to prevent red wine from staining your lips and teeth!

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  6. Three glasses of wine, red, white and rosé
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    What makes a wine good?

    What makes a wine good? It’s such a simple question, yet hard to answer simply... Here are a few thoughts toward a response.

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  7. aged-wine
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    Are aged wines always good?

    Wine changes with age—that’s why it is often thought of as being alive. But does it always improve with age?

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  8. natural wines

    The true nature of wine

    Organic, biodynamic, and more recently natural wines are far more than a trend; they are more popular than ever and we totally understand the increasing infatuation. Let’s look at why people are (happily) getting back to nature.

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  9. Domaine Bergeville

    Effervescence on the wine

    Domaine bergeville is a tiny vineyard that thinks big. Every wine it produces – white, rosé or red – is effervescent comparing favourably to cavas, crémants or any other european sparkler. The difference is that domaine bergeville cuvées are certified organic and genuinely québécois.

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  10. Michel Jodoin

    An apple tale

    From four generations of an apple-growing dynasty in Rougemont, Michel Jodoin has taken the best of the apple and bottled it, at a time when cider was considered the bottom of the barrel. An interview with a cider maker who’s as visionary as he is ambitious.

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  11. Jean Joly

    Marathonien Jean Joly

    A family affair in every sense of the word, the Vignoble du Marathonien has been earning praise and awards for more than 25 years.

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