Nestled in the Comox Valley adjacent to the Salish Sea, our winery is one of the closest in the world in the ocean. Taste the difference this rich air makes in our aging process, take a stroll through our interpretive trail. Enjoy a complimentary tasting or join in one of our tours. Next, find one of the best seats in Comox on our vineyard balcony or our vineyard terrace. Enjoy a glass of wine with our rustic European style picnics, packed full of local cheeses, baguettes, smoked salmon, and our own pickled grapes. Learn more about us by reading our magazine!
Open 11 am to 5 pm
Tuesday through Sunday
40 Knots Vineyard & Estate Winery 2400 Anderton Road Comox, BC V9M 4E5
Latitude: 49.736179 Longitude: -124.932981
Check out our upcoming events like Wine Wednesdays with local wine, beer, music and cuisine; long table dinners and other events.
Experience our self-guided or guided intrepretive trail or choose a premium tasting on our balcony.
Visit us in our Tasting Lounge for complimentary tastings. Seated tastings led by our highly trained wine associates and a gift shop packed full of unique local items. Ask about our very popular European style picnics.
Stall Speed Lounge
Our Stall Speed Lounge seats your group up to 58 and is available for board room meetings, weddings, cocktail parties, classrooms, sit-down dinners, and every reason to celebrate.
Our Vineyard Terrace
Our Vineyard Terrace is surrounding by vineyard with striking views, and alive with the sounds of nature. Book for a garden party, AGM, customer appreciation, wedding, or birthday bash. Croquet anyone?
The decision is yours! Stall Speed Lounge, Vineyard Terrace, Cellar Hall, Deep seated lounge, Balcony, or take over the Tasting Room. Unique elegant spaces for 10-200. Your special event will be hassle free and most memorable at 40 Knots.
Comox International Airport via Westjet, Air Canada, Swoop, Pacific Coastal http://www.comoxairport.com/
BC Ferries - Duke Point or Departure Bay Arrival https://www.bcferries.com/travel_planning/
1 1/2 hour drive north of Nanaimo, and a 3 hour drive north of Victoria. For those driving from the North Island, the Comox valey is approximately a 2 hour drive from Port Hardy.