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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. 


Wine growing regions

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. How to choose the best lobster
    Pairings and Taste Tags

    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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  2. Bucket of maple water
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    Maple and wine

    It’s hard to choose wines to bring to a sugar shack. Here are a few thoughts on how to match wines with slightly sweet dishes featuring maple flavours.

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  3. Ville de Chianti

    Chianti classico

    If you were asked to name just one Italian wine region, it is highly likely Chianti would come to mind, which is normal, since Chianti has been Italy’s most recognizable appellation for what seems like forever. Here’s a closer look at the region, located in the heart of Tuscany.

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  4. winery in picture
    Tasting and service

    Jura's yellow wine: are you ready?

    It’s worth the detour off the beaten path to try something new and different—and Jura’s “yellow wine” is just that!

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  5. Landscape of Douro wine-growing region.
    Wine cultivation

    Rare grape varietal: Touriga Nacional

    Touriga Nacional: It may not ring a bell now, but giving one of Portugal’s lesser-known vintages a try might have you discover your new favourite bottle. Here’s a hint: ever had a glass of Port? Then Touriga Nacional might already be a well-loved favourite!

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  6. Spotlight on the Cabernet Sauvignon varietal
    Wine cultivation

    Spotlight on: Cabernet Sauvignon

    Of all the world’s grape varieties, the most celebrated must be Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s a grape that pleases amateur wine enthusiasts and experts alike, since it creates very interesting wines at all price points. Definitely worth rediscovering!

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  7. Cava: Great Spanish bubbly

    Cava: Great Spanish bubbly

    Cava is made with the same traditional method used to create Champagne, but has its own distinct personality. It’s also both delicious and reasonably priced.

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  8. glass of sparkling wine

    Prosecco: simple and accessible

    Affordable and refreshing, Prosecco’s success is growing everywhere in the world. Here’s a little overview of this seductive sparkling wine.

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  9. wine and cheese
    Pairings and Taste Tags

    Host a successful cheese tasting

    You don’t need to have a degree in wine or cheese to host a great wine and cheese night. Here is a small practical guide designed to help you succeed with some great wine and cheese pairings.

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  10. 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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  11. Grapes
    Wine cultivation

    Exploring grape varieties: syrah

    Syrah is one of the cépages recognized for its strong personality. Wines made from the Syrah grape often display particular aromas, evoking raspberries, violets, pepper, black olives, smoked meat or bacon.

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