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Les Murmures vineyard: cultivating beauty
Les Murmures vineyard: cultivating beauty In 2000, when they established their vineyard, Daniel Hamel and Monique St-Arnaud determined three values that would guide them in [...]
Domaine L’Ange Gardien: the well-kept secret of the Côte-de-Beaupré
On the magnificent Avenue Royale, in L'Ange-Gardien, near Quebec City, sits inland, a little set back from the St. Lawrence River and on the hillside, [...]
September 12, I taste a Quebec wine!
Thursday, September 7, 2022 For 40 years now, the Quebec wine industry has continued to grow. Did you know that Quebec now has 160 vineyards [...]
Protecting your vines from the Quebec winter: the short story
Forty years ago, growing vines in Quebec was a risky bet. Indeed, the Quebec winter, with its extreme cold, can be very damaging, even fatal, for [...]
Portrait of winegrowers: Carole Primeau and Steve Boyer
Isle of Bacchus: a bottle in the sea The Quebec wine world is full of beautiful stories and that of Carole Primeau and [...]
Aspiring grape picker’s guide
Do you want to learn about grape harvesting this year, but you don't know how to go about it? Here is everything you need to [...]
Au Vent du Nord: Quebec wines in the spotlight
If you are looking for a place to buy Quebec wine in the Sherbrooke area, there is a good chance that you will find what [...]
In the aisles of La Boîte à Vins
La Boîte à Vins has been promoting Quebec wines since 2018 by offering a wide variety of bottles. The company has found its niche with [...]
PGI QUEBEC WINE: AN AUTHENTICITY TO CELEBRATE!
How well do you know the Protected Geographical Indication, PGI Quebec Wine (French: Indication géographique protégée, IGP Vin du Québec) ? The PGI Quebec Wine is a designation that guarantees a product’s traceability throughout the entire production process— from harvesting the grapes to bottling the wine.
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