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  1. Bordeaux Futures
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    2023 Futures: Elegance and innovation in harmony

    During this week of tastings, we were able to observe a crystallization of this new facet of Bordeaux: wines extracted and marked by wood are now giving way to distinguished, fresh wines of great finesse. In Bordeaux, nothing is left to chance!

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  2. 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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  3. Regeneration generation: Avant-garde agriculture
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    Regeneration generation: Avant-garde agriculture

    With environmental awareness gaining ground, could regenerative viticulture be the next big thing? We spoke about it with Simon Naud, a pioneer of the movement in Quebec, and Michel Gassier, who comes from a long line of French winemakers.

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  4. Vignoble Château de Cartes
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    Vignoble Château de Cartes: A terroir made for bubbly

    Along the wine route in Dunham, in the Montérégie region, sits the magnificent building that houses the Château des Cartes winery. It’s where Stéphane Lamarre has spent many years pursuing his passion for vine-growing.

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  5. Quebec, a land of many tastes | Episode 1: Fields of flavour
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    Quebec, a land of many tastes | Episode 1: Fields of flavour

    What does a meadow, river or forest taste like? That’s a prickly question! One we boldly try to answer by exploring the province in the hopes of discovering Quebec’s taste profile, a bit like a large herbarium of flavours and aromas.

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  6. Domaine des Côtes d’Ardoise
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    Domaine des Côtes d’Ardoise: Combining art and winemaking

    Right by the Quebec-Vermont border, 80 km south of Montreal, there’s a winery steeped in history located in the town of Dunham—Domaine des Côtes d’Ardoise. It’s considered to be the oldest active commercial vineyard in Quebec and stands out through its gardens, historical buildings and impressive art exhibit. And it’s where Henry-Alain Drocourt offers tastings of the estate’s wines.

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  7. The Wine Route turns 20
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    The Wine Route turns 20

    Brome-Missisquoi’s Wine Route is celebrating its 20th anniversary—the ideal occasion to explore this circuit teeming with culinary and cultural gems, spanning 140 km of mountains, valleys and quaint villages. Here, we zoom in on an infinitely charming destination and six of its most popular products.

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  8. Vignoble Coteau Rougemont
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    Coteau Rougemont: A dream come true

    Coteau Rougemont Vineyard and Cidery embodies a passion for Quebec wines that has stood the test of time. Majestically overlooking the Montérégie region, it offers an authentic experience and breathtaking views. A vision of perseverance that became a reality.

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  9. Isle de Bacchus
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    Isle de Bacchus: Dropping in at the oldest vineyard on Île d’Orléans

    Located on Île d’Orléans, not 20 minutes from downtown Quebec City, Isle de Bacchus is one of the pioneers of Quebec winemaking. We made our way there to taste wines that unite tradition and innovation, while taking in an enchanting setting and a stunning view of the St. Lawrence.

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  10. Bordeaux Futures
    Profiles

    2022 Futures: A vintage that will go down in history

    If the greatness of a vintage is associated with the height of the challenges winegrowers and their teams must overcome during a year, we can say without the shadow of a doubt that 2022 is a great − even grand − vintage of rare complexity.

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  11. Santorini, Greece
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    Location is everything: Five of the world’s most unique terroirs

    When you uncork a bottle, sometimes you smell a fresh sea breeze and other times, you sense warm rays of sunshine—almost as if each wine has its own story to tell about its origins and terroir. Here’s a look at five of the most stunning vineyards and wine regions in the world.

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  12. Domaine des Salamandres
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    Domaine des Salamandres: Authenticity in a bottle!

    Domaine des Salamandres is located in Montérégie, in the lovely orchard-rich town of Hemmingford. Surrounded by pear trees and grapevines, Sylvain and Denise welcomed me to their little piece of paradise with the same passion you can taste in their products.

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