Auberge Saint-Antoine is offering wine connoisseurs and epicureans an exclusive opportunity to make their own harvest, and enjoy some of the best wines at the charming Vignoble Sainte-Pétronille in Quebec. Keeping in mind that all good wine is enhanced when paired with a beautiful meal, the ‘Grape Harvest” package combines the best of fine wine and delectable food.
Based on double occupancy and two nights’ accommodations, the package includes:
· Welcome gift upon arrival
· Welcome cocktail
· Grape harvesting at Vignoble Ste-Pétronille, wine tasting, harvest lunch with wine and transportation
· Gala Dinner with wine pairing
· À la carte breakfast at the hotel restaurant, Panache
· Indoor valet parking
Fine wine and gourmet fare prepared by Julien Dumas, Head Chef of Panache Restaurant will ignite taste buds and provide guests with a uniquely enriching culinary experience.
For more information about Auberge Saint-Antoine and the “Grape Harvest” package (October 17-19, and October 24-26, 2012):
About Auberge Saint-Antoine:
Built over one of Quebec City’s most significant architectural sites, Îlot Hunt, Auberge Saint-Antoine is located at the heart of the Old Port area, facing the majestic St. Lawrence River. It is a true boutique hotel offering 95 rooms and suites and is steps away from the fortifications, museums, and the lively Petit-Champlain Street. The property consists of four distinct structures dating from 1700 to present day that cleverly linked showcase its unique riches: solid 300-year old beams, stone walls, slate floors, glass and porcelain objects unearthed in the course of a restoration turned archeological dig. Panache, the hotel’s restaurant, is renowned for creative dishes of fine French Canadian Cuisine with a twist using local, seasonal produce. Auberge Saint-Antoine is a member of the respected Relais & Chateaux brand. www.saint-antoine.com