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Wine-growing regions

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  1. Torres family in their vineyard.
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    Torres & Earth

    One of the most admired wine producers in the world. A wonderful recognition for a family estate, 5 generations strong. But the influence of Bodega Torres extends far beyond its wines...

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  2. Emilia-Romagne
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    Emilia Romagna: unsung hero

    Tucked between the Apennines and the Adriatic in Italy’s northeast, there’s still a lot to learn in the way of wines from this region, although we already know quite a bit about local gastronomy.

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  3. A guide to red varietals grown in Quebec
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    A guide to red varietals grown in Quebec

    Long considered inhospitable to quality red wine production, the province managed to prove wrong many of its critics over the past few years. The progress is the result of colossal work from our Quebec growers in choosing the varietals for the best terroirs, but also of a better understanding of the reality of our climate.

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  4. Local wines to your taste
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    Local wines to your taste

    Many of you are looking to add local wines to your choices, and to your table. But what to choose?

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  5. Wines from a land down-under!
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    Wines from a land down-under!

    Describing Aussie winemaking in just a few lines is tricky. The offer down under is more diverse than ever and behind us are the days of the monolithic full-bodied Australian wine. Recent years have ushered in new quality-focussed producers, and lately they’ve been taking a much more balanced approach to the craft.

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  6. Alsace landscape
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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.

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  7. winery in picture
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    Esteemed italian wines

    Amateur and aficionados know that spring means a new arrival of esteemed Italian wines is here and worth checking out! Now is your chance to discover all the diversity that Italian winemaking has to offer.

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  8. botlles of wine
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    Grapes: Primitivo

    Identifying grape varieties: a real challenge!

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  9. glasses of wines
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    Practical guide to greek varietals

    Le vin grec gagne en popularité au Québec. Pour l’amateur curieux, le pays est un coffre aux trésors riche en découvertes. Il recèle des centaines de cépages indigènes, dont plusieurs sont cultivés depuis des milliers d’années.

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  10. Italians wine land
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    Reds from Veneto: unique techniques

    Veneto stands out for three reasons in the world of Italian wine. The most important region in terms of its volume of production, notably because of the remarkable success of Prosecco, it has also brought about unique techniques of production for red wine.

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  11. Quebec’s white grape varieties
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    Quebec’s white grape varieties

    Discover the five most popular white grape varieties grown in Quebec – just the right kind of refreshment to help celebrate St. Jean Baptiste Day!

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  12. White grapes for wine
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    The top 3 white grape varieties

    Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc and Riesling: quite the trio! Very distinct, one from the other, these three grape varieties have contributed to solidifying the image and the taste of white wines. Unique, complex and international, these different grape varieties know how to win over most wine lovers!

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