Fall is on its way to Montreal! 🍂

Fall is truly a magical season in Montreal. The air becomes slightly crisp, the leaves change to stunning golden hue colors, and the city’s skyline is a sight to see. How should we be celebrating this season? Going to wineries near Montreal, of course.

There are several wineries close to Montreal, not only can you enjoy a glass of wine, but it is a stunning view with the bright reds and deep oranges in nature. 

Domain Du Ridge

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

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Domaine du Ridge is situated along the Wine Route. The vineyard has over 85,000 vines for you to explore, and you’ll want to wander around the whole day with the changing leaves in the background. You can do a tasting, take a tour, or enjoy the terrace, and play pétanque.

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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 Quebec’s most famous wineries. Not only is the wine amazing, but the vineyard is a peaceful getaway that is less than an hour from the city.

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Vignoble Côte De Vaudreuil

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

Distance from Montreal: 45 minutes

The vineyard itself is an absolute piece of art, particularly when fall comes. All over the property grounds, there are art sculptures for you to discover. In mid-September, to mid-October, you can make an appointment to see and participate in the harvest.

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Vignoble Coteau Rougemont

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

Distance from Montreal: 45 minutes

Located in the heart of the Montérégie foodie circuit, this beautiful vineyard is just as breathtaking as you expect the famous region to be. It is a cidery too, so there’s plenty to try. There is also an inn you can stay in if you want to extend your visit.

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Léon Courville Vigneron

Address: 285, chemin Brome, Fulford, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Léon Courville Vigneron is another famous winery that is popular with Montrealers located on mountain slopes facing Brome Lake. Try the red, white, and ice wine, all done using the champagne method.

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Vignoble Val Caudalies

Address: 4921, rue Principale, Dunham, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour and 10 minutes

Vignoble Val Caudalies, located on the Wine Route, produces some of the most amazing grapes that become the most delicious wine. The winery is very cozy and charming, making it the ideal spot to spend the day sipping away.

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Vignoble Domaine Bresee 

Address: 303, Chemin Draper, Sutton, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Vignoble Domaine Bresee, an Eastern Townships vineyard, is one of the most beautiful locations during fall. There are no tastings this season, but you are welcome to go to the boutique, have a picnic, and walk the grounds.

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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 picture-perfect. The fact that the wine is amazing makes it a must-add to your bucket list in the fall.

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Vignoble La Grenouille 

Address: 434, Chemin Plouffe, Cowansville, QC

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Vignoble La Grenouille is the best location for a city getaway. It’s quiet, serene, and it’s going to make you think you are far away from the city, but it’s just an hour away.

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Cheers to fall and being able to live in such a beautiful place! 🍷

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