Have you ever thought about packing up your life, setting your worries aside and moving to a farm to live off the land? Or how about vacationing on a vineyard where you can be 'one' with the grapes and the wine?

If the answer is yes but you're not ready for a long-term commitment, you can spend a day picking grapes at a Quebec vineyard this harvest season. 

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20,000 Kilograms Grapes harvested by Le Bourg des Cèdres each season

Le Bourg des Cèdres is seeking volunteers to help pick grapes each weekend from now until Thanksgiving.

"We need between 15 and 20 people per day," a spokesperson told MTL Blog.

The vineyard is only a 45-minute drive from Montreal, and — in addition to the fresh air and the opportunity to check "grape picking" off your bucket list — those who stay the whole day will get a free dinner starting with wine and cheese.   

The first harvest, September 19 and 20, is full but spots are open for the remaining weekends.

You can reserve your spot on Facebook.

Grape Picking At A Vineyard

Price: Free

When: Every weekend from now until October 12

Address: Le Bourg des Cèdres; 490, chemin du Fleuve, Les Cèdres, QC

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy the fresh air and check "grape picking" off your bucket list, followed by a free meal.