Shopping in Ste. Genevieve: Shoppers Beware! You'll Become Addicted to
This village is made for shoppers.
Market, Merchant, Main, and Third Streets are filled with shops, restaurants, and Places to Stay.
28 South Main
At this darling gift Shop, Jill and I purchased Italian Charm Watches and some new charms.
InKleined To Stamp
In this cleverly-named shop, Jill purchased several stamps and ink as gifts.
At this custom jewelry, designing, and bead store, Jill purchased a book.
Show Me Shop
73 North Main Street
Although we did not buy anything in this shop, we felt it was a great one. They sell gourmet foods, wines, cheeses, and sausages that are made in the State of Missouri.
Sweet Things of Sainte Genevieve
242 Market Street
We did not buy from here either; however, it, too, is an excellent shop that sells fine chocolates, New Orleans Pralines, Creole Mixes & Seasonings, cookbooks, and paintings.
Only Child Originals
178 North Main Street
No purchases here but a clever Name and great shop for jewelry, barrettes, art, and other items that are handmade and custom.
Becky's Quilts and Supplies
Jill purchased material for quilts..
Joyce & Choyse's Antiques
58 S. Third
I purchased an antique wrought iron stand for flower pots, and Jill bought antique kitchen utencils to hang on the wall.
These are just a few of the places we visited.
What to buy: There are book stores, antique shops, Art galleries/shops , chocolate candy shops, candles, quilts, collectibles, jewelry, crafts, pottery, lace, lamps & shades,souvenirs, wine, art rubber stamps, clothing and accessories.
What to pay: You can spend a few dollars or thousands of dollars
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Sainte Genevieve Winery: High Quality Wine in a Small Missouri Village
In the French Colonial Historical District in Ste. Genevieve stands a large red brick home that serves as both a Bed and Breakfast (upstairs) and a Wine Shop (downstairs). IThe home was established in 1909, and the Winery was established in 1984; it is the oldest winery in the area.
The Hoffmeister family started this winery; it encompasses 14 acres of vineyards in the county.
The home has a good-sized front porch with some tables for drinking out there in warm weather. Inside, the first room is for tasting of the wine. Throughout some of the other rooms, you will find a full line of premium and traditional wines and wine related gifts. They also offer local sausage and cheeses.
The shop is open daily from 11a.m. until 5 p.m.
The upstairs Bed & Breakfast is called appropriately CHATEAU STE. GENEVIEVE BED & BREAKFAST. There are two rooms, both with Jacuzzi tubs. Nonsmoking, no children or pets.
What to buy: The selection of wines is mostly white and fruit wines; however, there are two traditional Reds--Bolduc (Semi-Dry Red wine) and Concord (Sweet Red Wine).
They also offer 14 different Fruit Wines (some are seasonal).
Six whites are offered, and one Blush is available.
We purchased a bottle of Valle Rhine (semi Sweet White Wine) that reminds me of a good Reisling.
What to pay: Expect to pay about $10.00 per bottle.
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