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Wineries in the Quebec area

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We are wine afficionados and are considering a trip to Montreal and Quebec City. I just realized that there are wineries in the Montreal and Quebec City areas and we are thinking of spending a couple of days in one of those regions to do some tasting.

We mostly drink dry reds and always enjoy tasting different ones from different regions. Can anyone tell me if one region (Montreal or Quebec) is more worthwhile than the other? In that, I mean, are the wines of better quality in one region over the other? If so, can you recommend which wineries are good ones? We always share 1 glass when we taste, so we usually go tasting at 4-5 different wineries each day. We would rent a car to reach one of these regions.....is the scenery better in one region than the other? Also, can you recommend a nice little place (reasonably priced) to spend a night or two?

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