culinary

Sip and savour the Comox Valley’s culinary abundance. From local craft beer, award winning wines and spirits, and farm-to-fork cuisine, the Comox Valley will provide your taste buds with a true local culinary experience. Read more about marine adventures below or click here to book a guided tour!

Cool Down at Craft Breweries

At Gladstone Brewing Company in Courtenay, the Belgian and Czech style brews go wonderfully with a wheel of Guerrilla Pizzeria’s thin crust pizza. At Forbidden Brewery sidle up to the long wooden bar for a pale ale, IPA or stout, while Cumberland Brewing offers an intimate pub, bustling with beer lovers from near and far. Learn More

Taste Award-Winning Wines

With a stunning new deck overlooking the Comox Valley’s first vineyard, Beaufort Vineyard and Estate Winery is not to be missed. Visit 40 Knots Vineyard and Estate Winery, the largest grape producing vineyard in the region, and sample delicious wines in their new tasting room. Blue Moon Winery and Ciderworx boast a selection of refreshing fruit wines and ciders. Coastal Black Estate Winery, the largest blackberry farm in Canada, produces fruit wines and meads. Learn More

Experience Artisan Distilleries

Sample some honey-based vodka and gin from Wayward Distillation House in Courtenay, or some CanadaOne Vodka or single malt whiskey from the scenic and sublime Shelter Point Distillery. Learn More

Year-Round Farmers’ Market

One of the few year-round markets in Canada and legendary on the coast, the Comox Valley Farmers’ Market boasts an incredible array of organic fruits and veggies, surf and turf delights, award-winning cheeses, fresh-made pasta and baked goods, and now wines and ciders!

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