Imagine spending this summer out in the field of a gorgeous winery and cidery in Quebec. Sitting at a table that’s designed to be long, communal, and elegant, you’re presented with local wine made straight from the grapes under your feet and food made from exceptional Quebecois ingredients. That’s what you’ll get by attending the globally wide culinary experience, Outstanding in the Field.
With a reputation as regional winemakers, Fred Tremblay and Isabelle Leveau planted the first vines at this year’s Outstanding in the Field venue, Vignoble Camy only ten years ago.
In that short time, they’ve become known in the space with their dedication to listening to the earth around them to provide the best wine they are able to. What’s more exciting is that they don’t typically sell their wines in most restaurants (only a select few) and rarely host visitors but have invited diners to their field. As far as the food goes, you’ll be taken care of by Chef Josh of Taverne Monkland which as been on the top of local favorites list since its opening 26 years ago.
You may be wondering why it’d be worth it to take the 6 hour drive all the way out to Montreal, and while we’re not here to convince you, we do recommend making a pit stop at Vignoble Camy if the the mood for a summer getaway strikes you or you’re already thinking about taking a trip out to Quebec.
If you’re interested, the event takes place this summer on Saturday August 19th at 3:00pm and costs $520 CAD.
You can grab tickets on their website and find out more information here.
See you in the field.