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9 Wineries Less Than 2 Hours From Montreal To Visit When The Leaves Start Changing Colours

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.

While 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.

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Sweater weather, the harvest and trees that look they're out of a dream.

If you're like me, no matter how many times you see the leaves change and fall, it never ceases to amaze.

Kind of like a good glass of wine — even if you've had the same wine over and over again, each time is completely different.

And even though fall won't last forever, we know that we need to make the most of the short, yet magical season.

Cheers to fall and cheers to getting to live in such a beautiful province!

Domaine Du Ridge

Address: 205, Chemin Ridge, Saint-Armand, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Domaine 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.


Vignoble Côte De Vaudreuil

Address: 2692, route Harwood, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC

Distance from Montreal: 45 minutes

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.


Vignoble Rivière du Chêne

Address: 807, chemin de la Rivière N., Saint-Eustache, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Vignoble 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.


Vignoble Coteau Rougemont

Address: 1105, la Petite-Caroline, Rougemont, QC

Distance from Montreal: 45 minutes

This 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.


Léon Courville Vigneron

Address: 285, chemin Brome, Fulford, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Another 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.


Vignoble Val Caudalies

Address: 4921, rue Principale, Dunham, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour and 10 minutes

Also 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.


Vignoble Les Trois Clochers 

Address: 341, Chemin Bruce, Route 202, Dunham, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour and 10 minutes

Vignoble 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.


Vignoble Domaine Bresee 

Address: 303, Chemin Draper, Sutton, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Another 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.


Vignoble La Grenouille 

Address: 434, Chemin Plouffe, Cowansville, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Vignoble 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.


Enjoy the crispy season!

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