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Gourmet adventures in North Hatley and Eastern Townships

We’ve put together what we think would be an very interesting and highly delicious adventure you can undertake this summer. If you are thinking about leaving the big city and head out to the country side in the current hot summer months we highly recommend you head over to our region and explore some of the most wonderful and tasty experiences in Québec.

Here is a brief guide to 4 gourmand destinations that you can easily experience in 1 weekend.

Abbaye de Saint Benoît-du-lac

This 100 year old Benedictine abbey was build in 1912. It is well renown for the variety of its famous cheeses many of which have won numerous awards on international cheese competitions. One our our favorite cheese is the blue Ermite cheese which is also the first cheese that the monks made back in 1940s.

Address: ABBAYE SAINT-BENOÎT, 1 rue Principale, Saint-Benoît-du-Lac, (Québec), Canada, J0B 2M0 | MAP | 1 (819) 843-4080 | Website

Fromagerie La Station

A family business that spans 4 generations, Fromagerie La Station specializes in organic pastures that are then used in their cheeses. Two out of their five types of cheeses, Alfred Le Fermier and Raclette de Compton won the Canadian Cheese Grand Prix in 2009. 

Address: 440 Hatley Road (Route 208), Compton (Québec), Canada J0B 1L0 | MAP |1 (819) 835-5301 | Website

Domaine Bergeville

This is the first winery in North Hatley! Started in 2009 by planting 8000 vines, this vineyard has always practiced organic methods to cultivate the land and make their sparkling wines. In 2015,  Phaneuf Wine Guide awarded the Grappe d’Or to the Domaine Bergeville sparkling white wine. You can explore this vineyard on guided or self-guided tours and also sample their wines.

Address: 1030, chemin Sherbrooke, Canton de Hatley, Québec, Canada, J0B 2C0 | MAP | 1 (819) 842-1026 | Website

Restaurant Plaisir Gourmand

Located in a 1860s house, this wonderful restaurant is owned and managed by Éric Garand and Jinny Dufour. This restaurant will certainly delight you and make your trip to the Eastern Townships very memorable. Specialized in cuisine du terroir, chef Eric Garand focuses primarily on local produce from Quebec. As a highly skilled sommelier, Jinny Dufour will make sure you chose the perfect bottle of wine to complement your dinner.

Address: 2225, route 143, Hatley (Québec), Canada, J0B 4B0 | MAP | 1 (819) 838-1061 | Website

We hope that this list made you want to come and explore our wonderful region of Eastern Townships and North Hatley. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions in the comments below or send us an email and we will be happy to answer your guests.

Your hosts,
Iryna and Mykola

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