From Terroir to Table: The Charlevoix Flavor Trail, Quebec

When you have wined and dined your way through Napa, Santa Barbara, and the Hudson River Valley, and you are ready to explore a newer agrotourism region, you will love the discovering the incredible food offerings, gorgeous B & B’s, and scenic drives on the Charlevoix Flavor Trail.

It begins about 60 miles from Quebec City, running alongside the St. Lawrence River. A culinary explorer can download a map showcasing over 35 farmers, artisanal producers, local chefs, and hoteliers that have joined forces to preserve the unique flavors of this region.

Sample traditional raw-milk blue cheese and see the aging process at La Maison D’Affinage Maurice Dufour. Delve into the fascinating world of the emu, while touring the Centre de L’Emeu de Charlevoix, which offers products ranging from low-fat emu chateaubriand to cosmetics made from the big bird’s oil.

Posted by Janice Nieder on January 30, 2007 in Food

Comments (1)

  1. Janice
    Janice says:

    make that CHARLEVOIX s’il vous plait

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