Montreal Wineries

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Pierrefonds, QC, Canada    
1-866-620-1244
Saint-Denis-Sur-Richelieu, QC, Canada    
(450) 787-3766
Description:   The winery owned by Guy Tardif and Ghislaine Meunier overlooks the Ricelieu River. They plant native vines that can withstand the cold winters....
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Stanstead, QC, Canada    
(819) 876-7900
Description:   Located in a quaint corner of the Eastern Townships, high upon a hill, the owners are Gilles Desjardins and Catherine Hébert. The winery is also know for its fine ciders. Giles De...
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St-Joachim-De-Montmorency, QC, Canada    
(418) 827-4465
Description:   Located in the emerging wine region of Montmorency, east of Quebec City in front of Оle d'Orleans along the mighty St Laurent River. Nearby is the Cap Tourment wildlife reserve wh...
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Saint-Bernard-De-Lacolle, QC, Canada    
(514) 522-1012
Description:   Located along the US border at St. Bernard de Lacolle. Thus its growing season is almost three weeks longer than some of Quebéc's northern wineries. The winery was started by Jean...
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Saint-Michel-De-Bellechasse, QC, Canada    
(418) 884-2327
Description:   A small winery with 5 acres of vines. With an additional 20 acres planted with strawberries and raspberries. Winemakers are Nick Raymond and Manon Boule...
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Chateau-Richer, QC, Canada    
(418) 828-9562
Description:   One of Québec's newer wineries founded by partners Alexandre Bouchard, Donald Bouchard, Jean-Louis Creête, and Pierre Lemieux. Located on an Island in the St Lawrence River Îsle...
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Chateau-Richer, QC, Canada    
(418) 824-4411
Description:   Located just outside of Québec City the winery opened in 2001. There is an ancient mill on the property originally built in 1695 ....
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