July to October
From 149 $ 113 $

1 day stay

Foody day trip from Montreal

149 $ 113 $ per person, plus taxes

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Lanaudière, Québec

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Duration

1 day

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Price

113 $ per person, plus taxes

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Season

Summer and fall

Activities

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  • Icon Agrotourism
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  • Icon Vineyard
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  • Icon Mini-bus guided transportation

Foody day trip from Montreal

Foody day trip experience in Lanaudière

Accompanied by a guide, set off to discover the flavors of the region through several visits and tastings. Discover organic wines in a magnificent vineyard, enjoy a meal highlighting the treasures of local products, discover the history of bisons and taste the processed products and end the day with a visit to a distillery using the grain to bottle principle.

An overview of the flavors of Lanaudière on the roads surrounded by beautiful nature, accompanied by a guide-driver who shares his knowledge of the region with you throughout the day.

duree

Duration

1 day

duree

Price

113 $ per person, plus taxes

duree

Season

Summer and fall

Activities

  • Icon Gastronomy
  • Icon Agrotourism
  • Icon Culture
  • Icon Vineyard
  • Icon Sightseeing
  • Icon Mini-bus guided transportation

July to October
From 149 $ 113 $ per person, plus taxes

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    Foody day trip from Montreal

    Departure from Radisson metro station at 9 AM.

    On the road, your driver-guide introduces you to local culture and history and leads discussions on board.

    First stop is at the Saint-Gabriel Vinyard in St-Gabriel-de-Brandon. Established in 2006, this organic vineyard of 35,000 vines is certified by Ecocert Canada. The guided tour of the wine cellar with its 125 French oak barrels is unique and impressive. You also have the chance to taste organic wines and stroll through the antique tractor museum.

    The second stop is at the Val Notre-Dame abbey store. Trappist monks, who arrived from France in 1881, trained the first generations of agronomists and veterinarians in Quebec. Now established at Val Notre-Dame Abbey since their move from Oka Abbey in 2002, they devote themselves to spiritual and fraternal life, to silence and to nature. The Abbey store is a place where you can find a multitude of forest products from the Abbey itself and many other local producers.

    It’s meal time! Enjoy a picnic lunch box meal highlighting local products to discover. A simple menu, but full of flavors!

    The next stop is la Terre des Bisons, a family farm focusing on big game: bison and elk since 1994. Visit the large interpretation center including an exhibition room which tells the history of the bisons then follow the exterior interpretation trail where you can observe the herds in the pastures. To finish, taste the bison tartin and take a tour of the shop to discover little treasures.

    For the last stop, we meet in Nouvelle Acadie, in Saint-Jacques de Montcalm, for a visit and tasting at the Distillerie du Grand Dérangement. This strange, crooked building houses the distillery and the distiller’s economuseum. You will learn the process of distilling gin, vodka and whiskey, the principles of grain to bottle and circular economy used on site as well as the history of distillation in Quebec. The visit ends with a product tasting and a visit to the economuseum. An unmissable discovery in the cradle of New Acadia.

    Then climb on board one more time to return to Montreal after a day of discovering pieces of the history of food the beautiful region of Lanaudière has to offer. Return to Montreal around 6:30 p.m.

    2024 dates

    Friday July 5

    Sunday July 28

    Wednesday August 14

    Sunday August 25

    Sunday September 1

    Friday September 6

    Friday September 20

    Friday October 11

    Saturday October 26

Includes round-trip minibus transport for the day

Au départ de Montréal

  • Departure at 9 AM from Radisson metro station in Montreal
  • Transportation by comfort minibus
  • The services of a driver-guide during transport
  • Entrance, visit and tasting of products in local businesses
  • A lunch featuring fresh produce from the Lanaudière region
  • *Some guided tour may be in French and the driver guide his the translator

 

 

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Lanaudière, Québec

Our testimonials

star rating  Touriste non véhiculé, je souhaitais me rendre dans un des grands parcs de la région pour une journée de randonnée et n'ai trouvé aucune autre offre que celle de Bonjour... read more

Remi_Tour
24 July 2019

star rating  Un service au top, notre chauffeur Jean François a été super. Très ponctuel, les informations permettent de les retrouver facilement. Nous recommandons fortement !!!

fabienneb672
3 February 2020

star rating  L’organisation du transport est parfaite pour un accès simple à la nature. Jean-Francois est un excellent ambassadeur de Lanaudière. L’accueil de France, à la Forêt Ouareau est chaleureux. Le... read more

Marie D
1 March 2020

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