Le Ricaneux

Saint-Charles-de-Bellechasse • Bellechasse
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In a few words

Le RICANEUX is a family farm that for over 30 years has specialized in the production and processing of small fruits. Strawberries, raspberries, common elderberry, black chokecherries, cranberries and juneberries, and even Josta berries (cross between black currents and gooseberries) - are made into unique and characteristic products. Discover berry creams, Le Ricaneux aperitif, Le Rosé mousseux (sparkling wine) made out of strawberries and raspberries, and Le Portageur (port style), a fortified wine with berries and maple. Regional products and gift baskets are also among the delightful treats available. In addition to the special picnic area for visitors, the place is the perfect spot to start your bike ride. Tours available with or without a guide.

For Real!

Nathalie McIsaac, Le Ricaneux

Certifications et distinctions

  • Artisans at work
  • Terroir et saveurs du Québec
  • Arrêts gourmands
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2009
  • Grand Prix National BRONZE - 2009
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2015

Schedule and prices


Year round, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. In February and March, open on Saturdays and Sundays or with an appointment.


Free, low rates for groups of 10 and more (packages available starting at $5/person, taxes included, reservations required).

Articles (2)


Foody Nature We did the Bellechasse-Etchemins Wine and Alcohol Route!

35 dollars, 6 companies, 4 villages, 2 friends, an exclusive tasting glass in our hand! Frédéric and I, we set off on the Wine and Alcohol Route of Bellechasse-Etchemins to discover the talents of our producers-craftsmen passionate about wines, alcohols and beers. It promises ! Saint-Anselme, Sainte-Sabine, Buckland and Saint-Charles-de-Bellechasse, are you ready? We do!

Arrêts Gourmands

Arrêts Gourmands

Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Le Ricaneux: the best things are created with pleasure

In 1985, Jacques McIsaac was already growing berries on his farm in Saint-Charles-de Bellechasse when he created the project he had been simmering for a long time. His maternal grandmother made berry wines, and with the help of books he set out to develop the product he had in mind. "When I was a child, there was always something fermenting in the kitchen in all kinds of jugs," says Nathalie McIsaac, Jacques' daughter. It was with friends that his father developed Le Ricaneux in a perky atmosphere that is the very signature of the product.