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La Route des vins - The Wine Road

Sutton is a great base for visiting Quebec's first designated wine route : La Route des vins.

  • The first vineyards started production over 35 years ago in the nearby Dunham Valley here in the Eastern Townships. Today 20 wineries offer their wines for tasting and purchase; two vineyards are located in Sutton.
  • Established in 2003 the La route des vins was the first of its sort to be signposted in Quebec and today the 132 kilometre trail links 20 vineyards. Along the way you can also find local produce, picnic spots and art galleries.
  • The web site suggests cycling and driving circuits and has details of all the vineyards.
  • Some wineries are open year-long. However, from mid-November to mid-April, it’s best to call to check their opening hours before visiting.

Vignoble Domaine Bresee
303 Draper Hill, Sutton DIRECTIONS Domaine Bresee web site
This vineyard offers red, wine, rosé and dessert wines. You can also purchase their pasture raised Charolais beef.
Open: Summer (1 June to 31 October) Wednesday to Sunday 10am-6pm. Winter (1 November to 31 May) Friday, Saturday 11am-6pm.
Telephone: 450 538-3303 Domaine_Bresee_reception.opt Domaine_Bresee_org
Owners : Stacey Richardson & Rick Bresee

Chapelle Sainte-Agnès
2365, Scenic, Sutton DIRECTIONS Chapelle Sainte Agnès web site
This vineyard specializes in vin du terroir dessert wines, utilizing a more traditional approach. The icewine grapes are hand picked from the vines in winter at about -10C.
Open: Open tours are available from 1 June-31 October at 1.30pm on Wednesday and Sunday for $20 or $30 per person. For more details call the vineyard or consult their web site.
Telephone : 450 538-0303 St-Agnes_Glass_opt Summer_outside_opt
Owner : Henrietta Antony


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Sutton, Québec. Guide touristique