This harvest season, take a road trip to a Quebec winery and experience everything the Cantons de l'Est has to offer.\nThese 20 wineries are worth the road trip... and it's now or never!\n(Or at least, now or next year...)\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nRight now in the Quebec wine region of the Cantons de l'Est, it's grape harvesting season, which means there's no better time to road trip to a Quebec winery or go on a wine tour and get out of the city.\nThat's why I'm here to present you with 20 wineries that are actually part of La Route des Vins, which travels through the Brome-Missisquoi region of Quebec's famous Cantons de l'Est.\nLa Route des Vins is an unreal Quebec road trip that stops at 20 wineries, allowing you to see the best of what this region has to offer.\nMany wineries are also cideries, which means even more amazing tasting to experience.\nPlus, because we're in harvest season, several of the wineries on this list also hold harvest events, where you can experience a lavish meal, pick your own grapes or participate in the harvesting process.\nYou don't need to be on a bachelorette trip to go on a wine tour — and you don't need to make a full road trip out of it, either. A lot of these wineries are super close to each other, so pick a couple and just stop by a few!\nThough, of course, don't be an idiot — don't' drink and drive!\nWithout further ado, here are 20 Quebec Wineries you should visit this fall before winter eventually comes and ruins all the fun.\nVignoble La Grenouille\nView this post on Instagram L'automne dans les Cantons-de-l'Est 🍂 #automne #routedesvins #estrie A post shared by Florence R. De Roy (@flo_rderoy) on Oct 21, 2017 at 1:14pm PDT\nWhy: Take in sight of the mountains in Vermont at this family-run winery in Estrie.\nWhere: 434 chemin Plouffe, Cowansville\nWebsite.\nChâteau de cartes\nView this post on Instagram Tasty wine #routedesvinsbm A post shared by jasminguenette (@jasminguenette) on Oct 8, 2017 at 2:48pm PDT\nWhy: Family-owned and operated, Chatêau des cartes offers both wines and ciders with attention to detail.\nWhere: 1285 chemin Bruce, Dunham\nWebsite.\nClos Saragnat\nView this post on Instagram Clos Saragnat. #Prenezlechamp #Clossaragnat #frelighsburg #Vinduquebec #Cidrebio A post shared by Marie-Hélène Boisvert (@mheleneb) on Oct 6, 2018 at 1:42pm PDT\nWhy: Straw wine and certified organic ciders, including an ice cider, all on a unique and rustic farmyard-vineyard combo.\nWhere: 100 chemin Richford, Frelighsburg\nWebsite.\nDomaine des Côtes d'Ardoise\nView this post on Instagram 🍷 A post shared by @ romy_stmaurice on Oct 13, 2018 at 2:22pm PDT\nWhy: The first and oldest vineyard still in operation in Quebec, the winery is still going strong, with wine and cider to try and 11 beautiful hectares to explore, which feature monumental sculptures along the way. (Featured in our cover image.)\nWhere: 879 rue Bruce, Dunham\nWebsite.\nDomaine du Ridge\nView this post on Instagram A rainy day tasting wines A post shared by ere (@eretrotamundos) on Oct 29, 2018 at 10:30am PDT\nWhy: A huge terrasse and room to play pétanque, what more could you need? (Featured in our cover image.)\nWhere: 205 chemin Ridge, Saint-Armand\nWebsite.\nLe Vignoble du Ruisseau\nView this post on Instagram #vignoble #ruisseau #landscape #nature #nofilter #nofilterneeded #wine #spiritueux #vines #vine A post shared by Alex & Marie (@our_journey_diary) on Sep 21, 2019 at 6:06am PDT\nWhy: A relaxing stream, a covered bridge, countless maple products and at least 7 grape varietals makes Ruisseau a must on your wine-tour.\nWhere: 4500 chemin Strobl, Dunham\nWebsite.\nLéon Courville\nView this post on Instagram • Vineyard • #bromont #vinyard #roadtrip #travel #daytrip #vineyard #wine #barrel #orange #fall #mountains #nature #trees #lake #landscape #explorecanada #quebecenphotos #quebec #clouds #autumn A post shared by Max K (@maxkphotography) on Nov 6, 2017 at 8:44am PST\nWhy: Open year-round with stunning views of the Lac-Brome Valley, and Lac-Brome itself, the higher altitude means that Léon Courville enjoys its harvest in late fall, so now is the best time to visit!\nWhere: 285 chemin Bruce, Lac-Brome\nWebsite.\nUnion Libre\nView this post on Instagram The nature and the manwork/Am fost la livadă și am băut cidru de foc #icecider #unionlibre #routedesvinsbm A post shared by Nata Albot (@nataalbot) on Sep 10, 2017 at 3:23pm PDT\nWhy: Union Libre is serving up cider and wine (and an ice cider, seen above) on a sprawling and rustic orchard-vineyard.\nWhere: 1047 chemin Bruce, Dunham\nWebsite.\nVal Caudalies\nView this post on Instagram 🍷 A post shared by Danika (@danikaflood) on Oct 15, 2018 at 8:02am PDT\nWhy: Get yourself wine, cider or fortified wine or house-made sweet or dry vermouth at Val Caudalies - pretty much a sure bet that there's something here for everyone.\nWhere: 4921 rue Principale, Dunham\nWebsite.\nVignoble Domaine Bresee\nView this post on Instagram Les belles couleurs d’automne dans un vignoble québécois 👌😍🍁 #couleurdautomne #couleursdautomne #automne #canadianautumn @vignobledomainebresee A post shared by Cloé Furlan 🐯 (@cloe_f) on Oct 8, 2018 at 7:02pm PDT\nWhy: Domaine Bresee is a farm and a vineyard at the same time. The land has been in the Bresee family for seven generations.\nWhere: 303 chemin Draper Hill, Sutton\nWebsite.\nVignoble Bromont\nView this post on Instagram #FALL #BROMONT #sutton A post shared by Samuel Thibodeau (@samuelthibodeau) on Oct 20, 2018 at 1:42pm PDT\nWhy: The Bromont winery is a place where "mountains, tunnels of trees, agriculture and beautiful architecture coexist."\nWhere: 1095 chemin Nord, Brigham\nWebsite.\nVignoble Clos Ste-Croix de Dunham\nView this post on Instagram Route des vins🍷 A post shared by Vanessa♓️ (@vanesslagaa) on Oct 22, 2018 at 8:09am PDT\nWhy: Settled in the historic town of Dunham, Clos Ste-Croix has hiking trails, the beautiful Gear creek and waterfall, a cozy barn and an 1842 loyalist villa to visit on-site, in addition to delicious wines to try.\nWhere: 3734 rue Principale, Dunham\nWebsite.\nVignoble de l'Orpailleur\nView this post on Instagram Un vin couleur automne 🍁 #vignoblelorpailleur #automne @cat44717 #mercimonamiepourladecouverte #vingris A post shared by Ca_ro (@puce30) on Oct 14, 2018 at 1:07pm PDT\nWhy: 10 wines to try and an on-site restaurant for the best of the pairing and tasting experience. The name, "orpailleur" means gold-digger, and was given to the winery by the québecois poet Gilles Vigneault, in reference to the gold-bearing rivers around the winery and throughout des Canton de l'Est.\nWhere: 1086 route 202, Dunham\nWebsite.\nVignoble de la Bauge\nView this post on Instagram Squad Sundays 🍂 A post shared by Paige Martin (@paigemartin3) on Oct 14, 2018 at 5:12pm PDT\nWhy: A huge picturesque barn, sprawling vineyards and farmlands where you can enjoy tasting, tours and even some wild boars! (Actually.)\nWhere: 155 avenue des Érables, Brigham\nWebsite.\nVignoble Gagliano\nView this post on Instagram Route des vins à vélo! A post shared by André Boisclair (@aboisclair) on Oct 5, 2019 at 10:35am PDT\nWhy: Run by a Sicilian family who purchased the land in 2008, this wine is made with "respect for ancient traditions" and "the creation of new customs," marrying the traditional and contemporary.\nWhere: 1046 rue Bruce, Dunham\nWebsite.\nVignoble l'Ardennais\nView this post on Instagram Wine tourin 🍇 A post shared by Paige Martin (@paigemartin3) on Oct 6, 2019 at 3:35pm PDT\nWhy: Standbridge East is little a little piece of New England right here in Quebec, and l'Ardennais has been around since 1994.\nWhere: 158 chemin Ridge, Stanbridge East\nWebsite.\nVignoble Les Trois Clochers\nView this post on Instagram I LIVE for .this weekend. This countryside. These colours. These moments. 13-year tradition #easterntownships #dunham #vignoblesduquebec #vignobleslestroisclochers #cantonsdelest #autumn #winery #countryside #fallcolors #13years #drinklocal #getoutdoors #getawayfromthecity #laroutedesvins #redroof #fallsky #october A post shared by Laura Viglione (@laurarosemtl) on Oct 14, 2018 at 8:26am PDT\nWhy: Set on a beautiful 22 hectares, Trois Clochers is a great way to enjoy the fresh fall air alongside some chickens taking in the warm autumn sun.\nWhere: 341 rue Bruce, Dunham\nWebsite.\nVignoble La Mission\nView this post on Instagram Mine forever! No returns, No exchange, FINAL SALE! 😂❤️#GoodDeal #Love - - - - #Fairytale #RealLife #Wifey #Getaway #EasternTownships #Livin #RoadTrippin #MyGirl #IndianSummer #Happy A post shared by Adamo Mariani (@adamo514) on Sep 21, 2019 at 12:24pm PDT\nWhy: Up on a hill, La Mission offers a panoramic view of the Bromont area while you sample 5 family-made wines.\nWhere: 1044 boulevard Pierre-Laporte, Brigham\nWebsite.\nLa Belle Alliance\nView this post on Instagram La vue du vignoble @labelleallianceshefford est juste wow! ... That view! 😍 Photo : David Chapman #labellealliance #shefford #routedesvinsbm #easterntownships #CantonsdelEst #vinsqc #vignoblecantondelest #vignobleestrie #estrie #bromemissisquoi #montsutton #laroutedesvinsqc #lacbrome #quebecoriginal #explorecanada #canadianvineyards #canadianwine #canadianwinery #vignobleduquebec #vineyard #mountain #vignoble #wineroute #winery #canadianwineroute #quebecwineroute A post shared by La Route Des Vins (@routedesvins) on Aug 15, 2019 at 6:12am PDT\nWhy: A beautiful estate with tons of character, including a fantastic view of the mountains, an on-site lake and welcoming architecture.\nWhere: 239, chemin du Fulford, Shefford\nWebsite.\nVignoble Pigeon Hill\nView this post on Instagram Automne au vignoble, getting ready for fall A post shared by Vignoble Pigeon Hill (@vignoblepigeonhill) on Oct 11, 2018 at 7:54am PDT\nWhy: Certified 100% organic wine that is aged in French oak barrels for 12 months.\nWhere: 395 Chemin des Érables, Saint-Armand\nWebsite.\nAll research done in this article is by the author. 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