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, Sainte-Croix, Gamaret, Frontenac Noir, Blanc and Gris, 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

Wednesday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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