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Domaine De Lavoie

Domaine De Lavoie

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Domaine De Lavoie

The Domaine De Lavoie winery is located on the south flank of the mountain of Rougemont.  Domaine de Lavoie cultivates from over 90 000 vinestocks divided into twelve varieties of grapes, on three separate properties. The winery benefits from one of the best microclimates in Québec.

Domaine De Lavoie

100, rang de la Montagne
Rougemont (Québec) J0L 1M0

info@de-lavoie.com
www.de-lavoie.com

Phone number : 450 469-3894
Fax : 450 469-5497

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Practices

Control spraying in the winery and pest control using predators. The company is making a turn to an eco-friendly future. Participates in the Weekend Gourmands events in Rougemont.

Products

An array of white, red, and fortified wines. There are also ciders, ice ciders, sparkling cider, fortified cider and pear ice wine.

Services

Guided tours of the premises upon reservation. Boutique and sampling everyday. Reception area under a large tent. Pastoral setting for corporate events. Picnic area. Groups welcome. Hiking. Accessible to the mobility impaired. Wifi available.

 

 

Capacity

Reception area with a capacity of 150.

Opening Period

Open daily year-round.
May 1st to November 1st from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The rest of the year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Rates

Individual : $3 sampling (No reservation required)
Group: $12 per person (wine cellar visit, interpretation, samplings, lithograph glass). The package is available during weekends in September and October.

https://tourismecoeurmonteregie.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/domaine-de-lavoie-2014.jpg Domaine De Lavoie The Domaine De Lavoie winery is located on the south flank of the mountain of Rougemont.  Domaine de Lavoie cultivates from over 90 000 vinestocks divided into twelve varieties of grapes, on three separate properties. The winery benefits from one of the best microclimates in Québec.
, QC
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Covid-19

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