Founded in 1982 in Saint-Pierre on Île d’Orléans, the Isle de Bacchus vineyard is a pioneer in the history of Québec viticulture.
The vineyard takes its name from the old name given to the island of Orleans by Jacques Cartier himself in 1535 when he named it “Isle of Bacchus” because of the abundance of wild vines that there were found at the time.
The vineyard now operates 11 hectares of vines on the islands, whose grapes are adapted to Quebec’s climate. The expertise developed over the past 30 years enables us to offer high quality products.
It is in the wine cellar of a tercentenary house that a warm team will make you taste the fruits of their terroir, result of the expertise and hard work of passionate people.
- Tasting of our products
- Terrace and picnic area with a view of the river
- Guided tours of the site and underground vat room
- 1 (418) 828-9562
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Monday to Sunday : 10h00 - 18h00
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