Full-day tour

  • Full-day tour
  • Full-day tour
  • Full-day tour
  • Full-day tour
  • Full-day tour

Our signature tour to 3 wineries in the Eastern Townships. Departures from Montreal and Bromont.

A day discovering wineries and tasting wines sounds good? And what if we added a professional guide to drive you around, a tasting workshop and an outdoor meal? That’s exactly what we offer, and even more, with our ultimate experience: the Full-day tour.

INCLUDED

  • Transportation by minibus
  • Professional guide
  • All wine and apple cider tastings
  • Visits and workshops at 3 wineries
  • Outdoor catered lunch w/ local products

SCHEDULE

  • 8:30am and 8:45am : Departure from Montreal
  • 10:00am : Departure from Bromont
  • 10:15am to 3:45pm : Visits / tastings at 3 wineries
  • 4:00pm : Return to Bromont
  • 5:15pm and 5:30pm : Return to Montreal
From
129$ per person (+ tx.)

$129

Gift certificate
Gift certificate

Give a full-day tour as a gift.
The lucky person receiving it will be able
to choose one of our 44 dates offered.

Paper format in handsome box. Delivery : 5 to 7 days.

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THREE OF THESE WINERIES INCLUDED

LÉON COURVILLE VIGNERON

LÉON COURVILLE VIGNERON

  • - Visit of the winery
  • - Tasting workshop
  • - Commented tasting of wines
CHÂTEAU DE CARTES, cider and wine

CHÂTEAU DE CARTES, cider and wine

  • - Lunch - glass of sparkling wine offered
  • - Visit to the wine cellar
  • - Commented tastings of the products
VIGNOBLE DE LA BAUGE

VIGNOBLE DE LA BAUGE

  • - Vineyard visit with the winemaker
  • - Barrel tasting
  • - Tasting of wines and homemade products
VIGNOBLE VAL CAUDALIES

VIGNOBLE VAL CAUDALIES

  • - Visit of the winery
  • - Interpretation of the apple culture
  • - Commented tastings of the products

Map

AVAILABLE DEPARTURE POINTS

DOWNTOWN MONTREAL

  • In front of Centre Infotouriste's main entrance
  • Departure : 8:30am - Return : 5:15pm

OLD MONTREAL

  • In front of Starbucks coffee, St-Urbain / St-Antoine corner
  • Departure : 8:45am - Return : 5:30pm

BROMONT

  • At Bromont's Centre Infotouriste
  • Departure : 10:00am - Return : 4:15pm


Frequently asked questions

We operate our tours with a minibus of 24 passengers maximum. Groups are therefore small enough to allow a more personalized experience. The bus is new, the seats are comfortable and there is air-conditioning for the hot days of summer.

You want a private experience for your group? Are you over 24? Or less? No problem! We offer customized tours for private groups upon request throughout the year.

The menu for the 2017 season* is meticulously prepared with local products and accompanied by a good glass of sparkling wine. Here’s what you can expect:

– Quebec’s fine cheeses

– Homemade charcuteries

– Various condiments

– A fresh salad or a soup in autumn

– Baguettes

– A dessert: an éclair (savor varies)

* The menu may vary slightly depending on product availability and season.

We can offer an option of vegetarian meals on request only. Please, notify us of your preference when you make your reservation using the “food restriction” box and we will make sure that you are properly fed during your excursion.

To ensure there are places available the day you choose, we suggest you to book the reservations two to three weeks in advance, especially in high season from June to October. However, if there are still places available, we accept reservations up until noon the day before the tour.

Tours take place regardless of the weather. All activities have been planned to be carried out inside in case of rain or cold. Just make sure to check the weather forecast before leaving in the morning and choose comfortable and waterproof clothing if necessary.

You may cancel your reservation without charge 7 days before the tour. Beyond that time, fees from 50% of the total cost of the tour will be charged. If you do not show up the day of the tour, no refund will be possible.

Tips are not mandatory but certainly appreciated! It shows your appreciation for the service provided by your guide, however you are under no obligation to pay a tip. If you choose to do so, please rely on your budget but especially on the quality of service you received.

All summer season is ideal for visiting vineyards and cider factory from Quebec!

In September and October, the vines are loaded with pretty ripe grapes, but it is also the busiest time of the year. Feel free to go earlier in the season in June, July or August. The temperature is nice, you can avoid the crowds and the wine is just as good!