Package ‘IGP Vin du Québec’ Certification

Analyses primarily conducted using FTIR Method. Wines cannot be fortified, oxidized, contain essences and/or added fruit, have undergone significant deacidification or be modified in such a way that has altered the matrix of the product. These exceptions should be analyzed by “T-Package” using official methods, or by individual analysis. See “FTIR Packages” section for more information. The analyzed parameters using FTIR are not included in the scope of accreditation of the laboratory.



  • Sample must be of the finished product, ready for bottling and ready for “IGP” Certification submitting.
  • Sample name must match product name submitted for “IGP” Certification. Vintage is required and a lot number are strongly recommended.
  • Use of the categorization form is strongly suggested for this analysis package.
  • The following product categories must appear in the sample identification (name): wine from dried grapes (‘’raisinated’’ grapes), select harvest, ice wine, sparkling and carbonated.
  • For Sparkling or Carbonated products, bottle gas pressure analysis is usually requested. In that case, two sample bottles are required if bottle gas pressure is desired in your “IGP” Certification Analysis. It must be specified in your analysis request if you need it, bottle gas pressure will not be measured by default and isn’t included in packages. Pricing is listed in (tab « INDIVIDUAL ANALYSES », « MUSTS • WINES • ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES », « DISSOLVED GASSES »)
  • For wine from dried grapes (raisinated grapes), “T–2” Package (Official Methods) must be selected.

All prices are subject to change without notice.


FTIR Package IGP Certification

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