Quebec Wineries

Quebec Wineries
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Dunham, QC, Canada    
(450) 295-3383
Description:   Located near the town of Dunham this vineyard was purchased in 1992 by Gilles Séguin. Translated the name means "acres of snow"....
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Dunham, QC, Canada    
(450) 295-3503
Description:   This small winery was founded in 1989 by Pierre Genesse and Marie-Claude Lizotte A beautiful old wooden farm house doubles as the winery and their home. Pierre learned his winemaki...
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Canton Magog, QC, Canada    
(819) 847-8467
Description:   One of Quebec's youngest wineries that has already produced a gold medal wine. The first harvest was in 1999 The winery is devoted to making pure natural wines. It has a restaurant...
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Farnham, QC, Canada    
(450) 293-8311
Description:   A small winery owned by Véronique Hupin and Michael Marler. Les Pervenches is still the only producer of Chardonnay in Québec and specializes in the production dry wines. Both of...
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Dunham, QC, Canada    
(450) 293-8311
Description:   The vineyard was first planted in 1986. In what has been described as a very enchanting site* The winery is owned by Robert Brisebois and Nadége Mariam....
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Napierville, QC, Canada    
(450) 245-7569
Description:   Owners Monique Morin and Etienne Heroux, founded the winery in 1987. They began with 18 varieties but narrowed that down, selecting 10 varieties of grapes, the most adapted and bes...
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Rock Forest, QC, Canada    
(819) 346-7189
Description:   Founded in 1995 by the father and son team ( Belangers), along with their partner George Ducharme....
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