From Montréal’s culinary institutions to the latest innovative dining concepts, here are five delectable destinations to explore during the chilly season.
Angel’s Envy is much more than a bourbon brand; it embodies passion, innovation, and a deep commitment to quality.
Krug Champagne inspires the world of gastronomy with a zestful lemon theme.
The Fogo Island Inn has given Chef Timothy Charles a place to settle down and express his culinary talents through the seasons that mark the passage of time.
Quebec is renowned for its phenomenal food and thriving culinary scene. Emerging among the great classics who have withstood the test of time are a new batch of players who are impressively making their mark. And here are just a few, in Quebec City and Montréal.
Discover the hidden treasures of Greek winemaking with PGI Markopoulo and PGI Slopes of Kithaironas wines.
Fort Assurances
Indulge in the magic of Greece with their exceptional selection of PGI Attiki Wines.
Why not add a taste of Greece to your wine collection with PGI Retsina of Attiki?
The Attica region of Greece is home to a variety of premium wines that are known for their unique grape varieties and high-altitude origins.
Once upon a time, on the distant plains of Mexico, lay a dormant volcano. One day, the mountain awoke and erupted, creating fertile soil ideal for the growth of an incredible resource: blue agave. This iconic Mexican plant has given birth to the Volcan Tequila brand, a unique luxury spirit that is revolutionizing the market with its cultural heritage and history.
Bui Opto
Chef Jean-Christophe Poirier of Vancouver restaurant St. Lawrence recently earned his first Michelin star by serving up French classics with a decidedly Quebec twist.
The exceptional journey of Barbe-Nicole Clicquot-Ponsardin keeps inspiring the remarkable Veuve Clicquot Champagne House, which continues to be fuelled by boldness and innovation more than 250 years after its creation.
GTL Paysagiste
Les Immeubles Charlevoix