One of the Most Beautiful Places for a Nature Wedding
What could be more exotic than saying yes in the middle of nature? It is in the Eastern Townships that the Domaine du Ridge is located, a vineyard full of authenticity and charm, ideal for D-Day. This place is the perfect place to celebrate your love if you love the rustic atmosphere of a vineyard. You will have access to an absolutely incredible covered terrace that can accommodate up to 120 people.
Champs de Florence from Domaine du Ridge is a dry wine 100% made from Seyval noir, which is a hybrid grape variety adapted to the Québec climate. This rosé offers small delicate red fruit aromas such as strawberry and pomegranate, a touch of citrus, and subtle notes of peony. Best served at 9 degrees, this wine pairs well with pork and bell pepper skewers, and baked tortillas. Read the article >
Terroir & saveurs du Québec
Champs de Florence: A Well-Crafted Rosé!
In Saint-Armand, Eastern Townships, we take the tree-lined chemin Ridge. Just down the road is a small, XIX-century loyalist house, a vineyard and fields of grape vines. You have reached the Domaine du Ridge vineyard. In a bucolic setting. Read the article >
Coup de pouce
Le Stanbridge from Domaine du Ridge, one of the five Québec wines to drink this summer, according to Coup de pouce Magazine
Whether to unwind after a day working the flowerbeds, or to celebrate a birthday, Québec wines are always appropriate. Here are five wines from local vineyards to drink under the sun of la Belle Province. Read the article >
Les Fidèles de Bacchus
Berthelot-Paradis, our rosé brut, acclaimed by the Bacchus Magazine!
Today, its nice fruits, and most importantly its refreshing vivacity and well-balanced proportions, are its greatest assets. The delicate, joyful effervescence, as well as the small red fruit and citrus aromas, are as appealing as they are tempting.
According to our numbers, not even ten have reached this figure in the entire province. The founder is an attorney, former Bâtonnier of Québec, coming from a political family, if I can put it that way. Denis finally retired from the political life and all the rest, and now manages his vineyard which will become, according to our interview, the most important in the province. His daughter, Marie-Florence (photo), assists him.
Rosé? Domaine du Ridge sells it by the pallet to SAQ. Every year, great lovers of this product 100% made from Seyval noir rushes to the stores. With its instantly recognizable colour (standing out from the salmon pink and onion skin tones of Provence rosés), this wine is packed with freshly picked small red fruit. A dry, pleasant wine to drink.