This variety, which must be protected with geotextiles in winter, is the most popular for making ice wine. It is also the most planted grape variety in Quebec. Its thicker skin allows it to freeze without falling off the bunch, so it can be harvested later. Its fresh, aromatic and lemony taste makes it very interesting.
Mainly used for: dry white wine, ice wine, late harvest, sparkling wine, straw wine.
Since 2012, this variety has been the choice of several vineyards in Quebec. Its meteoric rise is simply due to the quality of its aromas, mainly pear and apricot. Mainly used for: white, rosé and sparkling wine.
In just a few years, this grape variety has doubled its area in Quebec vineyards. A little less aromatic than Frontenac blanc, it nevertheless brings nuance and structure to the wine. Mainly used for: rosé, white, sparkling wine.
This grape variety is increasingly popular in Quebec. The most planted in recent years. It is versatile, productive and fruity. It brings liveliness to wine with its natural acidity. Mainly used for: red, rosé, fortified wine.
This vines is a hybrid of Pinot Noir. It is more than triple the hectares planted in Quebec since 2012. It brings suppleness, depth and beautiful nuances to the wine. Mainly used for: red wine.
Nice name isn't it? This grape variety is quite new in Quebec. We obtain a slightly acid and very colored juice. It brings texture to the wine and a lot of depth. Mainly used for: red wine.
Ce cépage est beaucoup cultivé en Ontario, plus rarement au Québec. Il a des arômes qui nous rappellent le tabac et le fumé. Principalement utilisé pour: vin rouge. 500 plants
De belles grosses grappes de raisins bien juteuses! Ses arômes de fruits à chair blanche et particulièrement de poires rendent ce cépages délicieux! Principalement utilisé pour: vin blanc 2250 plants