Château Canada is a 5-hectare vineyard situated north of Bordeaux in Cubzac les Ponts next to Château Terrefort-Quancard between Côtes du Bourg and Fronsac. Local tradition has it that it was named after a Canadian farmer who lived in the area and fell in love with the piece of land where the château was built.
Château Canada was built in the 18th century by Victor Louis, who also built the Grand Théâtre in Bordeaux in 1780. The vineyard is planted 70% merlot, 30% cabernet sauvignon on a clay/calcareous slope with vines averaging 20 to 25 years of age. The wine is made by Nicolas Quancard, owner of Terrefort-Quancard.