Officially recognized by the Government of Quebec, the PGI Vin du Québec are a guarantee of quality for consumers and assure them of the origin of the wine: 100% Quebec, from field to bottle!

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Wine of Quebec PGI (IGP Vin du Québec)

In November 2018, the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) announced the creation of the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Vin du Québec. The products identified by the PGI are a guarantee of quality, traceability and are grown 100% in Quebec in the defined geographical area.

We find the PGI Vin du Québec appellation for white, rosé, red and sparkling wines as well as late harvest wines and raisined grape wines.

To find out all the specifications that lead to obtaining the PGI Vin du Québec appellation, consult the PGI Vin du Québec specifications.

Specifications (in french)

The geographical area

The PGI Vin du Québec geographic area is bounded by the Laurentian mountain range to the north, by the border along the United States to the south, by Ontario to the west and by the Appalachians to the east. To qualify, the region where the vines are grown must have a minimum of 900 degree-days – a measurement used to analyze the growth of an organism, and calculating the difference between a day’s average temperature and the temperature. 

The PGI Vin du Québec geographical area

It is bounded by the Laurentian mountain range to the north, the border along the United States to the south, Ontario to the west, and the Appalachians to the east. To qualify, the region where the vines are grown must have a minimum of 900 degree-days – a measurement used to analyze the growth of an organism, and calculating the difference between a day’s average temperature and the temperature. basic body.

PGI Quebec Ice wine (IGP Vin de glace du Québec)

The PGI Vin de Glace du Québec was announced by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) on December 30, 2014. The goal is to protect its authenticity and origin.

Use is reserved for ice wines produced in Quebec – within the defined geographical area. The PGI Vin de Glace du Québec appellation also confirms that the product is a wine made only from grapes that have frozen naturally on the vine, that the grapes were harvested manually and at an outside temperature of -8° C or less, and pressed in this state.

Learn more by consulting the PGI Vin de Glace du Québec specifications.

Specifications (in french)

The geographical area

The Quebec Ice Wine geographic area begins in the west in the very southern portion of the administrative region of the Outaouais and Laurentides. The area runs along the St-Laurent River to reach the Capitale-Nationale and stops in the municipality of Le Chenaux. It then stretches south from Montmagny via Thetford Mines and stops in southern Eastern Townships in the municipality of Saint-Mathias de Bonneterre.

The geographical area

The geographical area of ​​the PGI Vin de glace du Québec begins in the west in the very southern portion of the administrative region of the Outaouais and the Laurentians. The area runs along the St-Laurent River to reach the Capitale-Nationale and stops in the municipality of Le Chenaux. It then stretches south from Montmagny via Thetford Mines and stops in southern Eastern Townships in the municipality of Saint-Mathias de Bonneterre.

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