Cidrerie et Verger Pedneault Economuseum
The Pedneault family purchased and planted their first fruit trees on their Isle-aux-Coudres family estate in 1918, with money coming from a government grant.
The family business hasn’t stopped expanding since. Year after year, the family business keeps on planting apple, sweet cherry and plum trees on its ancestral lands, with varieties like Blue Damson and Raincloud.. 1999 marks the history of the company with the addition of a wine cellar and vinegar and cider factory.
These new facilities enabled the business to market new products, such as vinegars, mistelles (liquor wines) as well as cider and cider by-products. In 2003, the Cidrerie et Vergers Pedneault joined the Economuseum Network Society.
Today, Verger Pedneault’s artisan cider master produce fine apple, plum, pear, cherry products, such as light ciders, hard ciders, ice ciders, aperitif ciders, mistelles and bubblies, including a plum mistelle that’s unique to Quebec, and a pear cream.
3384, Des Coudrieres Road Isle-aux-Coudres
Website of Cidrerie et Verger Pedneault Pomology Economuseum: www.vergerspedneault.com