Vignoble Les Vallons de Wadleigh

Winemakers from Father to Daughter.

It is on the ancestral land of the Wadleigh family in Ulverton, in the Eastern Townships, that Michel Dagenais and Véronique Lacroix have settled with the idea of working the land. They were initially shepherds for a few years before planting vines in 2008.

Today, some 16,000 vine plants cover the 4 hectares of the estate, located in the wine region of the Appalachian Plateau. Frontenac Blanc, Gris, and Noir, Marquette, Radisson, Acadie, Riesling, and Saint-Pépin are cultivated before being vinified by Michel and his daughter Léonie—the next generation—in white, red, and rosé wines.

As agritourism is at the heart of the couple’s project, tastings, musical evenings, and an outdoor terrace allow visitors to enjoy the surroundings. With entertainment, good wines, and a beautiful setting, what more could you ask for!


Michel Dagenais & Véronique Lacroix

Services and activities

  • Wine and ephemeral wine tasting.
  • Music Friday.
  • Tasting of regional cheese and charcuterie platters.
  • Relaxation air and terrace.
  • Room rental.
  • And more!


Opening hours

Open from June to October

Thursday to Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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