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Wine and food pairings

What’s better than enjoying a great meal with a nice glass of wine? Which wine should you choose for a perfect pairing?  Wine and meal pairings aren’t that complicated! Explore our practical advice and taste tags, in order to get the perfect marriage every time. 

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Alsace, nice whites!

White wine is popular in Quebec again, and how fortunate for Alsace — it’s their speciality. With an age-old winemaking tradition, the region proposes an exceptional offering of grapes that spring forth from a dizzying variety of terroirs.

Rosé for brunch, dinner & cocktailsRosé for brunch, dinner & cocktails

Rosé for brunch, dinner & cocktails

What is the best time of day to enjoy rosé? We suggest its best to toast with a glass of rosé over brunch, dinner and cocktail hour.

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The art of pairings

When getting ready to sit down for a meal, choosing the right wine can really make your culinary creations shine. Some basic pointers in the art of pairing can bring out hitherto undetected nuances in both your dishes and in your wine.

Discover your taste tags

For over 10 years, taste tags have been a simple and practical tool that allows you to easily find the wines, spirits and gins you'll love. Each tag is associated with a specific taste profile. Learn which type of product you prefer, then explore with confidence other products of the same profile. It’s that simple!

Our recipes

Get inspired by a ton of recipes, from appetizer to dessert. Whether you’re a fan of French, South American, Asian or other types of cuisine, we’ve got you covered, wine suggestions included!

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  1. Polynesian-inspired Easter

    Polynesian-inspired Easter

    Looking to add a tropical twist to your next Easter get-together with friends and family? Put a new spin on the classic ham-and-pineapple combo with these two recipes that are easy to make and oh so delicious—not to mention, savoury and sweet!

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  2. Prosecco

    Prosecco DOC and brunch: Make it pop!

    Whether for Easter or just a regular sunny Sunday, everyone loves to daytime gather around a brunch that lasts. The classic yet casual meal (pajamas are welcome) is almost designed for Prosecco DOC, the ideal Italian bubbly to elevate your family feast.

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  3. Pas Sages: The art of bottled in Quebec

    Pas Sages: The art of bottled in Quebec

    Art and wine share many traits, including that of igniting the passion Quebecers have long been cultivating for these two fields. Combining them in unique and daring cuvées is therefore a project that reflects your curiosity. Give them a go and bring a little bottled in Québec to the table.

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  4. A sommelier at the sugar shack

    A sommelier at the sugar shack

    What do you drink with a hearty bowl of pea soup or some mouth-watering maple ham? We asked Marie-Hélène, a sommelier with both a sweet tooth and a refined palate, to enjoy some good eats at a BYOW sugar shack so she could suggest the best pairings. Here’s what she discovered.

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  5. Bodegas Volver

    Tapas evening with Bodegas Volver

    Rafael Cañizares and his family are committed to promoting traditional Spanish grape varieties based on ancestral know-how and recent research in oenology. Discover their history and their wines around a tapas evening signed Bodegas Volver.

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  6. Sugar shack meal

    Sugaring off time!

    If you haven’t already, now’s the time to plan your trip to the sugar shack. Here are 10 great spots located throughout the province that offer traditional, vegetarian or elevated fare. Some are also BYOB!

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  7. recipes for game night

    3 recipes for armchair athletes

    Inviting your friends over to watch the game? Our collaborator Émilie Gaillet has three easy crowd-pleasing recipes that are perfect for feeding the whole gang.

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  8. Zenato, a tradition of great wines

    Zenato, a tradition of great wines

    In the spectacular setting of Lake Garda, a handful of vineyards are the source of authentic and original wines. Some of Italy's most famous wines, such as the precious Amarone, are produced here. Discover this magnificent region by following the steps of the Zenato family.

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  9. Pier-Alexis Soulière

    Pier-Alexis Soulière: The quest for the world title

    Winner of Quebec, Canada and Americas titles, Pier-Alexis Soulière will represent Le Clan restaurant and the country at the ASI Competition For The Best Sommelier Of The World which will take place in Paris from February 7 to 12. Let’s meet an enthusiast on a mission.

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  10. Cusumano

    Explore Sicily with the wines of Cusumano

    Sicily is a land of contrasts where the variety of soils and climates produces a wide range of wines that will satisfy both lovers of fresh whites and sun-drenched reds. Discover the diversity of the Sicilian territory through the wines of the Cusumano family.

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  11. Arbolencia

    Arbolencia : Organic, vegan and affordable

    You want to make more environmentally friendly choices and limit your expenses for the new year? Arbolencia is here for you. Discover how this Spanish wine can both brighten up your winter meals and help you stay on track with your resolutions.

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  12. Laurent Dagenais et son nouveau livre Toujours Faim!

    A festive 3-course menu with Laurent Dagenais

    Out with the old and in with the new—Chef Laurent Dagenais of TikTok fame puts a simple yet elegant twist on the traditional holiday menu.

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