Vignoble Ste-Angélique: the taste of the terroir

In 2008, Vignoble Ste-Angélique took root in the fertile and clayey lands of Papineauville, in the Outaouais region. Once used to grow hay, the land, which has belonged to the Carrières for a few generations, now hosts vines on more than two hectares. Grown without herbicide, insecticide or systemic fungicide, the 9,000 vines, all grape varieties adapted to Quebec’s northern climate, produce the vineyard’s 8 wines, including the Clays Red, Black and White range.
In the cellar as in the field, the intervention is minimal, thus allowing to express the terroir and all the aromas of the fruit. The result: authentic and totally Quebec wines!


Geneviève Poulin and Nicholas Carrière

Services and activities

  • Coming soon!


  • 472 Côte St-Charles
    J0V 1R0

  • Phone : 819-360-8118

  • Website :

Opening hours

The vineyard is closed to the public for the time being.
However, you can get the wines by consulting the list of points of sale on the vineyard’s website.

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