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Wineries & Wine Tours

Grapes on a vine (Andrea Johnson photo)

Grapes on a vine (Andrea Johnson photo)

Contributing to the warm glow of life on this tight little island are three businesses with tasting rooms.

One specializes in cold-climate wines. Another makes mead, the so-called "nectar of the Gods." And a third is producing award-winning gin and vodka. All welcome visitors.

Island Spirits Distillery

Island Spirits Distillery specializes in small-batch ultra-premium gin and vodka. Its line of celebrated liquors – both martini-classic and infusions such as the Black Jelly Bean Sichuan Pepper vodka – are bottled under the pHROG label.

Discriminating critics like Jurgen Gothe and the sippers at Vancouver Magazine approve. The pHROG name is a tribute to the alchemical science of distilling and the frogs who chorus outside the company's wood-sided headquarters. Tours and tastings are held in July and August. (4605 Roburn Road near the Community Hall.)

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40 Knots Vineyard and Estate Winery - Comox

2400 Anderton Rd
Comox, British Columbia
V9M 4E5
Toll-free
Phone250-941-8810

Visit and Experience Island Grown Wines!

There is something special in the air at 40 Knots Vineyard & Estate Winery. With the Strait of Georgia and the Comox to Powell River ferry just a stone's throw away, the site is alive with sounds of barking sea lions, singing birds, and planes from the neighbouring air force base. An 18 acre pristine vineyard and winery offer a relaxing place for visitors.

Two unique wine portfolios are on offer. The 40 Knots estate-grown wines include a sparkling, table wines, and a fortified wine that are fresh, lively, and aromatic. Two wines are presented under the Stall Speed label, crafted from Okanagan-grown fruit.

40 Knots invite you to visit, taste, and learn what makes Vancouver Island wines so special.

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