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Vignoble Domaine de la source à Marguerite

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Telephone:
418 952-6277
E-mail:
info@domainemarguerite.com
Website:
www.domainemarguerite.com

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2388, chemin Royal
Sainte-Famille -de-l'Île-d'Orléans, QC
G0A 3P0

Distance from the bridge: 16,1 km
GPS co-ordinates: 46.966451, -70.966296

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This magnificent 62-hectare (25-acre) estate comprising a vineyard, orchards, fermentation cellar and quaint period shop is located 13 km (7.8 miles) east of the bridge to the mainland, in the parish of Sainte-Famille on the north shore of Île d’Orléans.

From its vantage point high on the island’s coastline, the estate affords a stunning view of the St. Lawrence River, the Laurentians and Mount Sainte-Anne.

You can sample our 13 wines and liqueurs at the shop or on the terrace: red, ice, rosé and dessert wines; aperitifs; and ice cider. All of these products are made from the fruit we grow. Our vineyard has over 7000 grape plants of a dozen varieties, and our orchards has 4000 trees of 34 varieties of apples, pears and plums. Guided tours upon reservation, cycling rest stop and picnic area.

Our grapes thrive in the island’s soil and microclimate, which add to the distinctive flavour of our products.

We are celebrating our 11th anniversary in 2012! Thank you!


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Village:
Sainte-Famille
Category:
Cider houses
Period open:

Open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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The historical borough of Île d'Orléans celebrates Québec's rural tradition with its gorgeous scenery stretching along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, only a few minutes from Québec City. Visitors are encouraged to experience the rich and vibrant culture of this island jewel, which is the birthplace of New France. Inhabited since time immemorial, Île d'Orléans has a diverse offer of first-rate attractions.