No wonder why Léon Courville, the winemaker, chose hilly Mont Brome in Town of Brome Lake to plant his first vines in 1999.
Some 100,000 grapevines later, the vineyard now stretches over 40 acres of a rich and unique soil.
Thousands of years ago, glaciers covered this territory. When they receded, they left behind a fertile soil especially suited to give wines personality and character.
Twelve different types of grapes are grown on the property including Seyval, Maréchal Foch, De Chaunac and some hybrids better suited to face our climate. Whites, reds and rosés are available at the property as well ice wines.
Why not stop by to taste them at the vineyard which is open every day. You can order the wine of your choice while you are there or do so on line. Delivery is free throughout Québec.