Wine list

red wine

Côte d'Ardoise
Côte d'Ardoise
Wine coming from the oldest commercially exploited grape vines in Quebec. These 25-year-old vines do not produce more than a small quantity of clusters per vine which contributes in terms of quality to an aromatic richness that is hardly comparable to that of the younger vines.
Grape variety Gamay noir, Maréchal Foch, Lucy Kuhlmann
Vintage year 2014
Alcohol rate 12.1 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 1.3 g/L
Consumption Temperature 14.0° C
Food Pairings

Aged in dense oak barrels, smooth and well structured on the palate with ripe fruity flavors. This wine has a lovely oaky and smoky finish. It pairs well with red meat, duck, pasta and cheese.

Price at vineyard 18.00$ CAN (750ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ
 
Haute Combe
Haute Combe
Balanced with fruity and spicy nuances, this lightly tannic red wine is distinguished for a good balance between its acidity and body.
Grape variety Maréchal Foch, De Chaunac, Chelois
Vintage year 2013
Alcohol rate 12.1 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 1.5 g/L
Consumption Temperature 14.0° C
Food Pairings

Soft pepper flavors (pink and green), dry and full bodied. Pairs well with spicy Italian dish, marinated meat, lamb and wild game. Red meats, pork, blood sausage, giblets.

Price at vineyard 18.00$ CAN (750ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ
 

white wine

La Marédoise
La Marédoise
Also produced at the vineyard since 1985, this wine has won the heart of a predominantly feminine clientele that loves the sweetness of its Muscat fruity notes and floral fragrances. It has a hint of residual sugar thus making it soft to the palate, yet lively and generous. Its finish is distinguished by freshness after a bitter length. It is made every year from the best Seyval vintage of the vineyard.
Grape variety Seyval Aurore
Vintage year 2014
Alcohol rate 13.6 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 3.0 g/L
Consumption Temperature 10.0° C
Food Pairings

Floral aromas, green apple, semi-sec, fruity and tangy. The Maredoise is perfect with small bites and appetizers as well as white meat dishes.

Price at vineyard 16.00$ CAN (750ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ
 
Riesling
Riesling
Grown in the vineyard for over 20 years, the Riesling, this viniferas from Alsace, yields small quantities in our climate but it delivers still all its richness to the nose and palate.
Grape variety Riesling
Vintage year 2015
Alcohol rate 11.5 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 1.4 g/L
Consumption Temperature 10.0° C
Food Pairings

Fruity nose with floral characters, this dry Riesling has a well structured mouth-feel and a slightly spicy finish. The Riesling is very versatile It goes well with seashells such as oysters and mussels, as well as shellfish like lobster and shrimp, and roasted poultry. It is the first choice with Asian dishes and sushi.

Price at vineyard 24.00$ CAN (750ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ
 

ice wine

Givrée d'Ardoise Blanc
Givrée d'Ardoise Blanc
This straw yellow ice wine has candied fruits, apricot and mango fragrances that lead into a lengthy finish on the palate. Its high levels of sugar enhance its elegance while still maintaining a well-balanced acidity. Dessert wine. Sweet white wine. Ice wine. Litchi, apricot, apple and grapefruit characters. Serve chilled.
Grape variety Vidal
Vintage year 2011
Alcohol rate 12.3 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 220.0 g/L
Consumption Temperature 10.0° C
Food Pairings

It is the perfect wine for special ocassions pairing well with foie gras. It can be enjoyed on its own to appreciate all its elegance. It is usually advised to drink it cold, but it can also be savored at room temperature, as the cold can hide its most delicate qualities. An interesting combination to discover is to enjoy it with blue cheese like the Abbaye de St. Benoit or Ciel de Charlevoix.

Price at vineyard 8.00$ CAN (50ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ
 

vins fortifié

Estafette Rouge
Estafette Rouge
This ruby-colored, naturally sweet wine emanates strong, slightly candied, ripened fruit tones on the nose. Having spent several months in the barrel enhances the complex flavors on the palate that start by a rich and lush attack with a firm petrol tone. This porto-like wine has an extended and exquisite oaky finish.
Grape variety Maréchal Foch, De Chaunac, Lucy Kuhman, Chelois
Vintage year 2013
Alcohol rate 16.5 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 110.0 g/L
Consumption Temperature 14.0° C
Food Pairings

Vanilla, caramel, chocolate and hazelnut aromas. Oaky. Serve as digestif with strong cheeses and dark chocolate. Classically enjoyed as aperitif or with blue cheeses (Abbaye de St. Benoit or Roquefort) among other strong cheeses. It is exquisite as after-dinner liqueur with dark chocolate.

Price at vineyard 22.00$ CAN (750ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ
 

ice cider

La Pomeliere
La Pomeliere
Produit au plus vieux vignoble du Québec, la Pomelière a été le premier cidre de glace produit au début des années 1990. À l’époque, la Pomelière était connue sous le terme « cidre liquoreux ». Le nom « Cidre de glace » a par la suite été formé sur celui du « Vin de glace ». Ce cidre de glace saura charmer les amateurs par ses arômes et sa douceur. De par son terroir historique unique, La Pomelière est un « Must » pour tous les propriétaires de cave à vins.
Grape variety McIntosh et Cortland
Vintage year 2013
Alcohol rate 10.2 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 80.0 g/L
Consumption Temperature 9.0° C
Food Pairings

Price at vineyard 23.00$ CAN (375ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ
 

cidre pétillant

Pomardoise
Pomardoise
Cidre pétillant
Grape variety McIntosh et Cortland
Vintage year 2014
Alcohol rate 8.0 % alcool / vol
Residual sugar 1.3 g/L
Consumption Temperature 14.0° C
Food Pairings

Price at vineyard 11.00$ CAN (750ml)
Availability At the vineyard, Marché des Saveurs du Québec and SAQ