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Vignoble Camy, as in “Tremblay Camy”.

If you are part of the great Tremblay family, you know that to distinguish themselves from each other, the major lineages of the family have a nickname, often derived from the name of their first ancestors who settled in Charlevoix. “Camy” is the name of the lineage descending from Camille Tremblay.

The name “Vignoble Camy” is a tribute to our family and our ancestors who contributed to building the province of Quebec.

It’s our “genealogical vine”!



The soil at our vineyard is simply perfect for vines. It is made up of gravel and Champlain sea shells dating back nearly 12,000 years. Everywhere we dig, we find shells.

This deep soil is composed of well-drained limestone and gravel, allowing the roots of the vines to draw in water without retaining it, which creates balanced moisture conditions for the vine.

All over the world, this type of soil produces fine wines with great subtlety and a nice minerality. The Chablis vineyard in the North of Burgundy is built on limestone soils.


We could tell you that the vineyard began in 2010 with the purchase of land, and continued with the first vines in 2012. But that would be too simple! Our project began a lot longer ago…

We’ve always liked to drink wine, but since the early days, we have also had a strong interest in making it.

Wine is the biggest challenge for perfectionists like us: we must excel in agriculture and wine making, all while knowing our way around sales! It is a project that requires endless effort, but oh-so-rewarding when tasting the first vintages.

Our project is the result of more than 15 years of reflection and research. We have followed courses, attended tastings, tasted hundreds of wines and visited dozens of vineyards in America and Europe. We paid special attention to selecting clones for our vineyards and choosing cooperages for growing. Fred also worked in the wine making field for two years to develop the technique. Throughout our journey, we met passionate and exciting people, mentors and friends.

It has allowed us to determine the profile, taste and philosophy of our wines. Once we found what we were looking for, we started on the project that would yield us the wines we wanted.

That’s how Vignoble Camy – creator of wines of finesse and harmony – was born.

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Located in the extreme south of the province, near the American border, our vineyard is in the warmest region of Quebec.

The favourable geographical position of our region brings more “growing degree-day” for our crops.This area is perfect for very demanding crops such as corn, apples and vines.



We cultivate “Vitis Vinifera” grapes, which are originally from Europe and popular throughout the world. They require more work and attention, but we love the wines they produce.

We have focused our production on three varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir.

Originating from Burgundy, Chardonnay is the king of white grapes. We ferment and age it in a selection of the finest French barrels in order to complement its floral flavors. We never use new barrels, so as to avoid making the wine too woody and heavy. With its pleasant minerality and acidity, this Chardonnay falls under the Chablis category – a very aromatic and expressive wine.

We love Pinot Gris for its vivacity and tropical aromas. Very simply aged in stainless vats, it preserves its beautiful flavors of ripe pears and tropical fruits. A delight for the taste buds!

Pinot Noir is the emblematic red grape of Burgundy. It can produce wonderful wines, some of the best in the world, but it is also a very difficult grape varietal to master, both for its culture and for its winemaking. This is the ultimate challenge for a winemaker!

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