A team success
“It’s a beautiful dream that we realize with good products. That’s what is beyond me… It makes me think of when we want, we can. When you put in the time and effort, the results are there! “Exclaims the winemaker.
Marc Renaud does not hide it, his success owes it to his team, to all the specialists who have contributed to the adventure from near or far and, of course, to his valued customers. Thus, he does not hesitate to surround himself with experts to make better decisions. He also likes to collect comments and suggestions.
Head full of projects
And now, what awaits the Mont-Vézeau? Marc Renaud wants his small vineyard to expand by doubling the area of his vines. He would also like to develop the sparkling wine. And make the field more accessible. And educate customers while highlighting the impact of the terroir. And gain experience. Marc also wants to broaden discussions with other winegrowers in order to share, raise the quality of Quebec wine to the highest possible level and promote it. Do you want some projects? Here they are!
In addition to its wine, Domaine Mont-Vézeau already offers many activities, such as picking raspberries and strawberries.
When asked to talk about the vineyard in a few words, Marc replies: “We want to provide customers with an experience, to bring positive emotions to life as much when picking raspberries and strawberries as at the table, when serving La Bise de Ripon.”
Let yourself be tempted!
Pssit! We exclusively learn that tests are underway for a red wine that will see the light of day in 2022. Stay tuned!
Did you know that…
The wines of the vineyard all have windy names? The name of the wine La Bise de Ripon, for example, is the name of the winds of the northern highlands in Switzerland and the wind found in the famous tale The Ant and the Grasshopper. On the other hand, the real reason for the name is “this little gesture that the pandemic has taking from us is to kiss each other…we suggest doing it with a glass of wine in hand!”
For the choice of label font only (!), The winemaker met with around 20 people to make sure he had a unit and was pleasing to the masses.
Many have tasted La Bise and have been completely overwhelmed by its taste. Bet won!