It's the most beautiful time of the year! Fall is really a special time, especially here in Quebec. And should we celebrate the season? By going to a winery near Montreal, of course. With so many wineries around Montreal, there are some incredible spots to toast to the spectacular season that is autumn.\nWhile some people think that summer or even Christmas is the most amazing time of the year, but we fall-lovers know that there's truly something that cannot be beat about this season.\nEditor's Choice: A Huge Crowd Gathered On Mount Royal & There Were Almost No Masks In Sight (PHOTOS)\nSweater weather, the harvest and trees that look they're out of a dream.\nIf you're like me, no matter how many times you see the leaves change and fall, it never ceases to amaze.\nKind of like a good glass of wine — even if you've had the same wine over and over again, each time is completely different.\nAnd even though fall won't last forever, we know that we need to make the most of the short, yet magical season.\nCheers to fall and cheers to getting to live in such a beautiful province!\nDomaine Du Ridge\nAddress: 205, Chemin Ridge, Saint-Armand, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour\nView this post on Instagram Quand il prend enfin de bonnes photos de toi.. 🙈❤️ @kemy_steloy A post shared by D'Joulissa Paul Blanc (@djoulissa.pb) on Oct 24, 2019 at 8:41am PDT\nDomaine du Ridge is located along the Wine Route, but is amazing even as a solo visit. The vineyard has over 85,000 vines for you to discover and with the changing leaves in the background, you'll want to explore all day long.\nWebsite\nVignoble Côte De Vaudreuil\nAddress: 2692, route Harwood, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 45 minutes\n View this post on Instagram Wine 🍇 Tasting @cotedevaudreuil was so amazing, after trying a bunch of wines ( My favorite was a chocolate wine) and hearing the history you can purchase a bottle, walk around the vineyard and have a picnic where ever you, please Not to mention the fall foliage ♥ like wow I definitely think October is the BEST TIME to go wine tasting. A post shared by Stephanie (@lifebysteph_) on Oct 15, 2019 at 5:12am PDT\n\n The vineyard, itself, is like an absolute work of art, especially come fall. But the grounds are also known for its sculptures and artwork throughout the property.\nWebsite\n\n\nVignoble Rivière du Chêne\nAddress: 807, chemin de la Rivière N., Saint-Eustache, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour\n View this post on Instagram Une petite coupe de vin mon minou ? @vignobleriviereduchene #vino #fall A post shared by Maximilien Hébert (@maximilien_hebert) on Oct 13, 2019 at 6:28am PDT\n\nVignoble Rivière du Chêne is one of the most popular vineyards in all of Quebec. Not only is the wine incredible, but the vineyard is like a beautiful oasis less than an hour from the city.\nWebsite\n\n\nVignoble Coteau Rougemont\nAddress: 1105, la Petite-Caroline, Rougemont, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 45 minutes\n View this post on Instagram Le beau temps est arrivé, quoi de mieux que de déguster un vin d'ici dans le confort de votre domicile. Coteau Rougemont vous livre vos vins québécois préférés directement à votre porte. Pour commander, c'est par ici: https://vignoble-coteau-rougemont.square.site/ A post shared by Vignoble Coteau Rougemont (@coteaurougemont) on Apr 29, 2020 at 2:06pm PDT\n\nThis stunning vineyard is located in the Laurentians and is just as breathtaking as you imagine the famous region to be. It's also a cidery, so there are lots to try on your visit.\nWebsite\n\n\n\nLéon Courville Vigneron\nAddress: 285, chemin Brome, Fulford, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour\n View this post on Instagram 2 буквы для игры и полезная лексика для ремонта унитаза 😂 или #английский_понедельник🇨🇦 . . В этом посте зашифрованы 2 буквы для игры @travels.game . Читайте внимательно ! 🤓 ⠀ Если вы пропустили сагу про борьбу нашей семьи с канадской сантехникой, все ещё можете послушать в сторис, но лучше не надо 😂 ⠀ А если вы вдруг окажетесь в такой же ситуации, вот какие слова вам пригодятся: ⠀ 🔺 plumber - сантехник ⠀ 🔺plumber snake / drain auger - такой длинный крутящийся шнур/штифт для прочистки труб ( в русском простонародье «крот») ⠀ 🔺 plumber’s putty - вязкая субстанция, чтобы закрепить горшок обратно на место (что-то типо герметика, но не совсем) ⠀ 🔺 plunger - вантуз ⠀ 🔺 drainpipe blockage - засор сливной трубы ⠀ Ну и самое главное ( буквы: РЕ ), что возможно, сэкономит вам $1000 😅: ⠀ 🔺 Hi plumber, what are the urgent rates? /How much do you charge per hour? - сколько стоит срочный вызов / какая цена «в час» ⠀ 🇨🇦 Цены на услуги сантехника в Канаде ещё висят в сторис! ⠀ А у вас были «веселые истории» с сантехникой? 😂 A post shared by ОКСАНА с МАГАДАНА (@oksana_miller) on Oct 21, 2019 at 8:49am PDT\n\n\n\nAnother popular winery with Montrealers, this vineyard in Lac-Brome is getting ready for the most magical time of the year. Come try red, white and ice wine, all done in the champagne method.\nWebsite\n\n\nVignoble Val Caudalies\n\n\nAddress: 4921, rue Principale, Dunham, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 10 minutes\n View this post on Instagram Fall and wine make a pretty good duo 🍷🍁 . . . . . . . . #mjdcphoto #PICNIC #fall #slowliving #applepickingseason #explorecanada #canada #photolover #fallfashion #falloutfits #autumnfashion #piquenique #winetasting #routedesvins #vignoble #explore #exploretocreate #wanderer #instaartist #outdoor #farmlife #positivevibes #nature #postitfortheaesthetic #darlingweekends #pursuewhatislovely #mybeigelife #thatsdarling #quebecoriginal A post shared by Marie-Jade 🌿🌈🌞 (@maryydolly) on Oct 11, 2018 at 11:49am PDT\n\n\n\nAlso on the Wine Route, Vignoble Val Caudalies grows some of the most incredible grapes that become the most delicious wine. Plus, the winery is so quaint and charming, making it the perfect place to sip the day away.\nWebsite\n\n\n\nVignoble Les Trois Clochers \nAddress: 341, Chemin Bruce, Route 202, Dunham, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 10 minutes\n View this post on Instagram Fall vineyards and orchards 💛🧡 #easterntownships #vineyard #winery #fall #autumn #wine #quebec A post shared by Marianne Barker (@mariannebar1) on Oct 21, 2019 at 1:09pm PDT\n\nVignoble Les Trois Clochers is one of those picture-perfect pots for fall. And the fact that the wine is unbelievable makes it a definite must-add to your fall bucket list.\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\nVignoble Domaine Bresee \nAddress: 303, Chemin Draper, Sutton, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 15 minutes\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Marie-Josée Forest (@mjoforest) on Oct 14, 2019 at 3:59pm PDT\n\nAnother Eastern Townships vineyards, Vignoble Domaine Bresee is one of the most spectacular places to visit in the fall. No tastings this season, but you're welcome to the boutique and to bring your own picnic and, of course, wander the grounds. \nWebsite\n\n\nVignoble La Grenouille \nAddress: 434, Chemin Plouffe, Cowansville, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour\n View this post on Instagram Vendange Take 2 📷: @zepeterpan A post shared by @ antoine.c.turcotte on Oct 12, 2018 at 7:24am PDT\n\nVignoble La Grenouille is the perfect spot for an escape from the city. It's calm and serene and will make you think you're so far from the island, but it's really just an hour away.\nWebsite\n\nEnjoy the crispy season!