About the maker
Érablière Escuminac is located in the region where the continental Appalachians end in Quebec. A century old forest where the terroir is taken as seriously as vineyard.
This centuries-old sugar bush, located less than 3 km from the sea, is swept by the saline air of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, which is ideal for the production of maple syrup. This land was already exploited by the Native Americans, well before the discovery of America. Érablière Escuminac is indeed man and nature’s “meeting place”, according to the Native American Micmac language. This unique microclimate makes Escuminac a prime area for the production of maple syrup. Just as Burgundy is for Pinot Noir. They have various grades and styles of maple syrups correlated to things like the part of the forest harvested and late vs early harvest. Their syrups are to die for.See the Escuminac collection here