Mountain Flavours

5 attractions

along this agritourism circuit

49 kilometres

The shortest circuit, but just as satisfying at the others!

You'll come across

a microbrewery, vineyards, farms and a gourmet food shop

Jeff Frenette

Discover the forests of northern Lanaudière 

This is the perfect tour for lovers of edible forest products looking for a one-of-a-kind outing as a couple or with friends. You’ll make delicious local finds and have plenty of opportunities to stock up before heading home.

Agritourism stops 

The Mountain Flavours circuit brings you to the region’s north, where you’ll discover charmingly original businesses.

Produits forestiers
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La maison du bonheur

Saint-Côme
Agro-tourism
Produits forestiers

Maison du bonheur is the ideal place to discover what the forest has to offer! Delicious spices, snacks and ready-to-eat foods, all made from forest plants that are harvested and processed with care.

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Trécarré Microbrasserie
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Trécarré Microbrasserie

Saint-Côme
Microbrewery
Trécarré Microbrasserie

A microbrewery that brings people together in a friendly atmosphere. Enjoy craft beers and fine food that showcases local flavours. A must!

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Tante Agastache
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Tante Agastache

Sainte-Émélie-de-L'Énergie
Agro-tourism
Tante Agastache

The Giant Hyssop (Agastache) is a beautiful aromatic and medicinal plant that’s much loved by wild bees and pollinators. Agritourism farm located in Sainte-Émélie-de-l’Énergie.

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La belle Gousse
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La Belle Gousse

Saint-Damien
Agro-tourism
La belle Gousse

La Belle Gousse grows sustainable fall garlic free of pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Stop by the shop for black garlic, dehydrated garlic and garlic scapes, black garlic mayonnaise, pickled garlic, salad dressings and pestos.

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Vignoble Saint-Gabriel

Saint-Gabriel-de-Brandon
Agro-tourism

Be sure to stop in at Vignoble Saint-Gabriel. In a lovely setting, this winery offers free wine tastings and features a unique wine cellar with French oak barrels. The site also has two antique tractor museums and a walking trail.

 

 

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