Located in Quebec’s Outaouais, the property was acquired in 2009 by Lucie and Louis Claude Tremblay. At that time, it was used as a scrapyard for a contractor in Gatineau. Further back in history, the property was used for forestry purposes.
Despite its state of decrepitude and abandonment, the owners saw the agricultural and forestry potential of the nearly 300-acre plot of land.
The fields and woods were cleaned, soil tests were conducted, and a land use was chosen: grapevine cultivation.