Maison des vins de Brome-Missisquoi

This new meeting place’s mission is to promote and develop our wine heritage as well as the hard work of our Brome-Missisquoi winemakers. What better place than Dunham, the birthplace of our wine industry, to launch the first initiative of this kind in Québec!

Stop by to learn about the Wine Route, the vineyards, the grape varieties, the terroir and more! Keep an eye out for workshops and events offered by winegrowers and sommeliers.

During your visit to La Maison des Vins, you will be introduced to the Brome-Missisquoi vineyard thanks to the wall map of the Route des Vins. This map, which is an invitation to travel, was created by illustrator Aurore Juin, a self-employed French illustrator based in Montreal and a great lover of Brome-Missisquoi.



  • Informations about wineries, partners and “amis” of Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route


Meet the winegrowers of the region and treat yourself to a privileged moment to discuss and taste their wines

July 22, 3:30pm : Henry-Alain Drocourt winemaker at Domaine Côtes d’Ardoise.
Henry-Alain Drocourt, has been a winemaker at Domaine Côtes d’Ardoise since 2016 and director since 2019. During this workshop, he talks to us about his passion for organic farming, the challenges, the successes and the means to achieve complete organic conversion of the oldest vineyard in Quebec. In addition to making us taste the nectar of its terroir.

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July 29 3:30pm : Sara Gaston winemaker at du Vignoble du Ruisseau
Sara Gaston has been a winemaker and co-owner at Vignoble du Ruisseau since 2007. She talks to us about the history of the vineyard as a family project and the use of technology and geothermal energy in the process of working the vines and wine, without forgetting to make us discover the aromas of its terroir.

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3740 QC-202, Dunham, QC, J0E 1M0
450 931-0023

From St-Jean-Baptiste to Labor Day: Thursday to Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
From Labor Day to Thanksgiving: Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.