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St-Hubert adds Quebec wines and ready-to-drink cocktail to beverage list


May 29, 2020, Laval, Que. – St-Hubert has added new Quebec products to its beverage list, in the form of two wines from the Orpailleur Vineyard and a ready-to-drink cocktail created by romeo’s gin.

L’Orpailleur wines will be available for delivery and at the takeout counter, while romeo’s gin+tonic will be offered as soon as the chain’s dining rooms reopen.

St-Hubert already included products from the two companies on its dining room menu, but the new offerings will allow more Quebecers to enjoy high-quality wines and cocktails along with their favourite St-Hubert dishes, while helping to support local businesses.

“As well as making the enjoyment of St-Hubert meals both safe and reassuring, we wanted the experience to be representative of our brand, which has always considered the local sourcing of food and beverages to be fundamental,” said Richard Scofield, president of St-Hubert Group.

Thus, the company hand-picked two wines from the Orpailleur Vineyard, in Dunham, based on the preferences of St-Hubert customers. These were: Orpailleur Blanc, a well-balanced dry white, and Orpailleur Rouge, already a great favourite among Quebecers. The two wines are now being added to the external sales menu.

Also, romeo’s gin+tonic, the first premium ready-to-drink gin and tonic made in Quebec, will also be available to accompany all meals enjoyed in the dining room.

St-Hubert Group employs more than 10,000 people in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick and serves more than 31 million meals annually.


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