Vignoble La Manse: a beautiful big family

A “manse” was, in the Middle Ages, a small agricultural estate large enough to feed a family. This is where the inspiration for the name of the vineyard acquired by three childhood friends comes from, who consider themselves, with their respective families, as a beautiful big family. Alexandre Tardif, Pascal Plante and Stéphane Dion embarked on the adventure of viticulture in the spring of 2021 by acquiring a former vineyard in Roxton Pond, in the Eastern Townships, where 3,000 vines were already planted. Their goal: to plant 25,000 more and produce, within a few years, 65,000 bottles of wine.
Until then, their white, red and rosé wines are available at the vineyard shop, an enchanting site where there are vines of petite-perle, st-croix, gamaret, frontenac black, white and grey, adalmiina and muscat. In addition to stocking up on local wines, visitors can enjoy a 2.5 km walking trail in the forest, and, on the way back, enjoy a glass of wine on the edge of the lake at the estate.


Pascal Plante, Alexandre Tardif and Stéphane Dion

Services and activities

  • Wine tastings
  • Terrace
  • Purchase of wine
  • Musical events

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  • 1425 11e Rang
    Roxton Pond (Quebec)
    J0E 1Z0

  • Phone : 450-375-0055

  • Website :

Opening hours

Open by appointment.

Schedule for the 2022 season coming soon!

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