Agritourism

Le Moule à Sucre

Saint-Jean-Port-Joli • Destination Région L'Islet
Le Moule à Sucre
Dégustation quotidienne gratuite
Produits locaux
Plus de 60 producteurs québécois représentés...
Le Moule à Sucre
Lune de miel
4.5
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Description

In a few words

The authentic general store, circa 1910 and formerly located in St-Raphaël-de-Bellechasse, provides a glimpse at a bygone era with its multitude of goods and wares. Guides in period costumes will let you sample delicious old-style jams and candies. It is also the perfect place to find local Québec products (over 70 producers), such as jams, pickles, oils, spices, teas, soaps, etc. A wide variety of sweet and salty delights are sold in bulk.

Garden terrace. Packages with entertainment or a rally for groups upon reservation.

For Real!

Nathalie Niemeyer, Le Moule à Sucre

Certifications et distinctions

    • Grand Prix Régional - 2015
    • Grand Prix Régional - 2016

    Schedule and prices

    Schedule

    May 7 to June 17, Wednesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; from June 18 to September 5, daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (until 8 p.m. from mid-July to mid-August); September 6 to October 10, daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. From December 4-24, daily. Garden terrace. Packages with entertainment or a
    rally for groups upon reservation.

    Prices

    Free.

    Articles (3)

    Articles

    Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Le Moule à Sucre: ambassador of Quebec terroir

    It was in 2002 that Roberto Di Giulio and Nathalie Niemeyer moved to Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, very close to the water. They set their sights on a large and magnificent old-style barn which then housed a flea market on Avenue de Gaspé. Transformed into a Quebec antique store in 2004, the place already demonstrated the owners' concern for sharing the treasures from here. The antiques have since given way to a wide selection of gourmet artisan products from all regions of Quebec as well as a full floor of art objects and works by regional artists.

    Arrêts Gourmands

    Arrêts Gourmands

    Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Le Moule à Sucre: ambassador of Quebec terroir

    It was in 2002 that Roberto Di Giulio and Nathalie Niemeyer moved to Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, very close to the water. They set their sights on a large and magnificent old-style barn which then housed a flea market on Avenue de Gaspé. Transformed into a Quebec antique store in 2004, the place already demonstrated the owners' concern for sharing the treasures from here. The antiques have since given way to a wide selection of gourmet artisan products from all regions of Quebec as well as a full floor of art objects and works by regional artists.