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Rosés you won’t want to miss

The reputation of Quebec rosés is well established. Several winegrowers have started making them, for your greatest pleasure. Often made up of various grape varieties adapted to our terroir such as Frontenac Gris, Seyval Noir, Maréchal Foch and Vidal, they really have a unique personality. During summer or year-round, enjoy them as an aperitif or with our suggested dishes.

SUGGESTIONS FROM OUR TASTERS

Three rosés to enjoy

There are currently about thirty Origine Québec rosés from which to choose your next favourite bottle. Here are three suggestions to add to your list to start your exploration.

WINE AND FOOD PAIRINGS

What to eat with these rosés?

They’re so versatile. Its easy to match Origine Québec rosés with your favourite dishes. Here are two delicious recipes to satisfy a craving.

Fettuccine with shrimp and lemon

Préparation 10 minutes
Cooking time 15 minutes
Servings 4 to 6

Quebec cheese stuffed pork burgers

Preparation 10 minutes
Cooking time 10 to 12 minutes
Servings 4

INTERVIEWS

Say hello to local winemakers

From the Laurentians to the Eastern Townships to the Montérégie region, across Quebec, local producers are proud to develop original rosés that have everything to please you. Meet the artisans behind these must-try wines.

  • Union Libre, cider, vineyard, origine Quebec
    Interviews

    Union Libre: savouring the difference

    If you visit L’Orpailleur Vineyard and ask Charles-Henri de Coussergues why you should go across the street to try Union Libre wines, a business he also owns, he’ll tell you: “Each grower is unique. Our two Chardonnays are nothing alike.”

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