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14 Jun 2015

2013 French grape harvest program: Registration deadline extended to June 30!

Photograph provided by the Association Québec-France.

The registration period for the 2013 French grape harvest program organized by the Association Québec-France has been extended to June 30.

In French wine-growing regions like Beaujolais, Champagne, Burgundy and Val-de-Loire, the grape harvest will take place between late August and mid-October, depending on the weather, and last 6 to 15 days. Grape pickers are housed and fed and paid about €60 ($80) per day. Above all, the program is a chance for the participants to enjoy themselves, meet new people and come home with great memories.

Young Quebecers who are interested in taking part in this exciting experience must be between 18 and 35 years old, be Canadian citizens and reside in Québec.

To sign up, read the program details and conditions carefully, and then download and complete the form available on the Association France-Québec website and return it by mail along with the required documents by June 30, 2012.

Former participant tells about his grape-picking experience (in French)

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