Auk Island Winery, Twillingate
(3.4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
Awaken your senses at Auk Island Winery as you enjoy the flavor and aroma of fruity wine. Take a tasting tour to learn about the wine making process and history of the winery while sipping on wine that is made from predominantly from local berries rather than grapes. Partridgeberries, cloudberries, and blueberries are used to make the wine. Complement your drink with some food and then head to the local souvenir shop where you can find a large selection of local books. Work out when and for how long to visit Auk Island Winery and other Twillingate attractions using our handy Twillingate itinerary planner.
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  • When I think winery I think grapes - wrong! The Auk Island Winery crafts a wide variety of wines made from local berries - everything but grapes! We stopped by prior to lunch and took the tour. Our to...  more »
  • A place to go for a proper meal, but don't expect something special. Good sandwiches though, ideal for a day hicking on the superb trails of the region. Ambiance a bit cantine-like. Friendly service 
  • This was a welcome change from the busy wineries of the Okanagan for us. We were pleasantly surprised by a few things - all the wines are berry wines, and there are a lot of them! They have over 20 di...  more »
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  • Excellent variety and the tasting is very helpful (and plentiful) prior to buying. a must for wine enthusiasts willing to try something new.
  • Wine tasting was great. And a lovely gift store. The restaurant is nothing like u would expect a winery to have. It's not a fancy place. So don't expect to go here for a nice dinner. The wine soft serve just tastes like berry ice cream, I probably wouldn't have it again for $5
  • the tour was beyond great and the tasting of the wine entertaining as well as informative Loved the wine ice cream and the shop too Would like to see these fine products available in Ontario very soon