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Vignoble Des Négondos

7100, rang Saint-Vincent
Saint-Benoît de Mirabel (Québec) J7N 3N1

Téléphone : 450.437.9621 / 450.258.2099
Télécopieur : 450.437.7234

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Located in the heart of the beautiful region of Deux-Montagnes in the Lower Laurentians, the vineyard has approximately 10,000 vines on a site carefully chosen which fulfills perfectly the optimal conditions for the cultivation of the vine soil slightly altitude, a land dotted with limestone rocks and patches enjoying sunshine due south, sheltered from the prevailing

They are the first biological agriculture (certification O.C.I.A.) winery in Quebec

The wine is 100% natural. Chaptalisation is made with organic sugar and we use throughout the process of the minimum dose of sulphite and develop, in this respect, for most dry products.

Owners: Carole Desrochers and Mario Plant


Vignoble De la Riviere du Chêne

807, River North, St-Eustache,
Québec, Canada
J7R 4K3

Since the creation of the estate in 1998, Vignoble De la Riviere du Chêne has been committed to producing an authentic Quebec wine traditionally vinified with the desire to contribute to the development and recognition of Quebec wines. Today more than 20 hectares of vines, a modern fermentation cellar, an impressive wine cellar, a production of 11,500 cases and the certification “Vin du Québec Certifié” (Certified Quebec Wine), showing their commitment and passion.

De la Riviere du Chêne is the largest wine estates in Quebec. Recipient of several awards for its well-known quality wines, regional winner of the Grand Prix du Tourisme 2010 and official supplier of the Quebec Pavilion at the Olympic Games in Vancouver. They produce icewine.


• Respect, candour, rigour and professionalism
• The vineyard uses the reasoned agriculture method

  Géography – climate – soil

• Located in the Lower-Laurentians region, the vineyard is situated in the 5a climatic zone, near the 45th parallel.  This region is conducive to grape growing, due to its high heat units (UTM) which is comparable to the Marlborough region in New Zealand.

• The growing season starts around April 14 th and ends around October 31 ft
• The period without freezing is normally 125 to 140 days
• The soil consists of 70% Argillocalcareous, 30% loam and sand

  Winemaker: Laëtitia Huet


La Roche Des Brises

2007 rue Principale
St-Joseph-du-Lac, Québec
J0N 1M0    

The winery began in 1993 first winery in the Montreal North Shore Area.   It benefits from an exceptional micro-climate created by the mountains acting as wind breakers and the proximity of  lake Deux-Montagnes.

They have 45,000 vines planted.

The  winery has a "fine cuisine" restaurant of 90 seats, under the direction of executive chef Janic Simard and maître d'hôtel Anthony Guerra

Winemaker: Sebastien Vicaire


Le Vignoble Du Clos Baillie

490 Baillie
Aylmer (Quebec)
J9J 3R5


The name, "Baillie" was chosen to honour a great Scottish family in Aylmer's history. Clan Baillie resided on the land where the vineyard is presently situated The vineyard was established in 199. The vineyard currently consists of more than 3500 vines (Vandal Cliche, St. Croix, Louise Swenson, Frontenac, Marechal Foch and Sabrevois). . The vineyard is set in Aylmer, Quebec, about 10 kilometers from the city of Ottawa.. It is well-established at the foot of King (Gatineau Park) near a small lake of 15 acres.

A second vineyard on Chemin Larouge in Papineauville / Montebello


La Romance Du Vin

108 Chemin du Bas de la Riviere
Rigaud (Quebec)
J0P 1P0


La Romance du vin Vignoble was founded in April 1999. In May of the same year 6,000 vines were planted.

The vineyard is located near the Ontario border facing the Rigaud river near Mount Rigaud,covering approximately 60 acres sloping at about 2 degrees from the west to the east. The rather heavy soil, mainly glacial deposits called 'Till', is composed of sandy clay sediments of marine and lakeside origin.

Located at only two kilometres south of lake of Two-Mountains, the vineyard profits from this vast stretch of water to moderate the ambient air temperature. Indeed, since the dominant winds coming from the west and from the north pass above that extensive length of water, they warm up by taking a little heat, one or two degrees thus avoiding the late frosts of spring in the beginning of May or the early autumnal frosts of the end of September or at the beginning of October. The season is thus lengthened, making it possible for the grapes to take a greater maturity and the wood of the vines to ripen over a longer period. According to Statistics Canada, our area profits from a period of sunshine varying from 2,900 to 3,100 Thermal Units , based on the growth of corn.



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