40 Knots Vineyard and Estate Winery
Head over to 40 Knots for a nice tasting experience and then buy a bottle and explore the vineyard. If you don't bring along your own sacks you can buy goodies and they'll put them in a little picnic box - it's a good time.
The tasting room at 40 Knots is very enjoyable. Taste the wines that they're featuring and be sure to buy a bottle to bring home and enjoy on our deck.
Located on 24 stunning acres, 40 Knots is the largest grape winery in the Comox Valley, and one of the largest on Vancouver Island.
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“Great atmosphere, the staff are incredible. They offer in house Crafted Beer choices, beer flights, Local Cider and wine choices. The menu has a good variety of yummy snacks and the room is beautiful. When we visited they were just working on setting up a seating area outside. The next time you are heading to Comox, take time to stop in!”
“With the Beaufort mountain range to the west; Georgia Strait to the east; a sunny, southwesterly exposure and 12 gently sloping vineyard acres, Beaufort surely boasts one of Vancouver Island’s most enviable vineyard positions. Our winery is situated in the Comox Valley—an area of spectacular natural beauty with a robust farming heritage. Winemaker Freya Timmermans crafts the vintage in small batches for a unique expression of our Island’s cool coastal climate. Expect youthful, fruit-driven reds, and lively, aromatic whites. Vancouver Island is a wine region with a distinctly cool character. It is fuelled by a community of committed growers, gregarious makers, and exceptionally supportive consumers. We love it here, and we hope that you will too. Our tasting room is open seasonally and is situated at the top of the driveway in a renovated barn with a rusty orange roof. We value a cosy and unpretentious approach to sharing our wines. Our tasting room is small, and our team is tight-knit. We look forward to welcoming you as soon as the season begins. ”
“Seal Bay Park has maintained walking trails through the forest, with access to a big beach that looks across towards Powell River. Keep your eye out for a fun rope swing as you walk along the pebble beach.”
“9 acres of landscaped waterfront gardens and heritage buildings. The Filberg Festival August 2 - 5, 2019, celebrates the best of arts, crafts and music from across Canada.”