Quebec Wineries

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Mirabel, QC, Canada    
(450) 437-9621 or (450) 258-2099
Description:   In the heart of the beautiful area of Two-Mountains, in Saint-Benoоt, more precisely on the row Saint-Vincent (predestined name, Saint-Vincent being the owner of the vine growers!...
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Sabrevois, QC, Canada    
(450) 347-1073
Description:   Founded in 1986, "Vignoble de Pins" is a five acre family business with roots going back to the Grossenbacher winery in Switzerland. The winery is located in Sabrevois in the Haut-...
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Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, QC, Canada    
(450) 347-6857
Description:   Located in the Richelieu Valley east of Iberville Victor Dietrich and his wife Christiane Jooss founded their winery in 1986. They come from Alsace (where they have a vineyard in C...
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Dunham, QC, Canada    
(450) 295-2309
Description:   The horse-shoe shaped vineyards belong to Dr. Jacques Papillon. The first grapes were planted in 1980 and is considered to be the first vineyard in Quebec. Ardoise means slate refe...
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Havelock, QC, Canada    
(450) 826-0522
Description:   Located in the far south close to the US border. Owner Jean Joly trained as a marathon runner, which accounts for the name. Husband Line is co-owner of the picturesque winery. They...
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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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Brigham, QC, Canada    
(514) 266-2149
Description:   Our vineyard was planted in 1987 by Alcide Naud, the owner of the farm since 1951. With the help of the brothers Alain and Jacques Breault, long-time friends of the Naud family and...
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Canton Magog, QC, Canada    
(819) 864-4441
Description:   Nestled in the heart of the picturesque region of the Quebec Eastern Townships, the Le Cep d'Argent team reveal the secrets of their art and share their passion with thousands of v...
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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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Napierville, QC, Canada    
(450) 245-0208
Description:   Founded in 1990 by Robert Le Royer and Lucie St-Pierre. They wanted to grow Chardonnay and currently are testing over 16 varieties. Their testing also includes experimenting with d...
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