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VIGNOBLE MOROU VINEYARD IN MONTÉRÉGIE

Recently acquired by Sandra Gauthier and her spouse Yannick Rochefort, Vignoble Morou, located on the Circuit des Paysans agritourism route in Montérégie, near Lacolle, is just 35 minutes from Montréal, via Highway 15 South (take exit 21). Located on an enchanting site, this vineyard is one of the oldest in the region. More than 8,500 vines grow the grapes used to make high-quality, affordable white, red and rosé wines, which you can try onsite. We are a small-scale, family-run business that prides itself on our warm welcome. Make the most of your visit with an owner-led tour of the property to discover our vineyards and winemaking facilities.

Vignoble Morou

NAPIERVILLE



VIGNOBLE MOROU


238 Chem. Louis Cyr
Napierville, QC J0J 1L0


(450) 245-7569
info@vignoblemorou.com

VISITE DU VIGNOBLE


Du lundi au vendredi de 11h à 16h



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THE WINES WE ARE KNOWN FOR AND PROUD OF

Whether you prefer white, red or rosé, we are sure to have a wine you will love. Among our flagship wines, we offer a white made with Acadie Blanc grapes, a Canadian grape variety that is not very common and that few vineyards grow. It is a single-variety wine, meaning that it only contains this one grape variety. We also invite you to discover our Passerillé Blanc, a sweet white wine similar to an ice wine, with all the richness of a white port. As for everyday wines, we have a flavourful red that is perfect for any occasion and can be paired with a wide variety of dishes. Finally, for sunny summer and fall days, what better than a good rosé: light, fruity, not too dry, just the thing to get the party started!

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