Vineyard & Tours

Coffin Ridge has 25 acres under cultivation primarily consisting of cold hardy varieties. One of the most asked questions is: "Can you grow grapes way up there" The simple answer is. YES, of course. We enjoy long hot summers, but we suffer through long cold winters as well. We select varieties that are suited to our unique climate. We choose varieties that are Disease Resistant and cold hardy and thus require less intervention to keep them healthy. We believe that by selecting these unique varieties our vineyards will thrive and so far that is evidenced in our wines. :

Vineyard Map
Estate Vineyard: Established 2001
Size: 25 acres
Soil: Heavy Clay
L'Acadie Blanc
Geisenheim 318
Frontenac Gris
La Crescent
Prairie Star

Baco Noir
Marechal Foch
Leon Millot
Pinot Noir



At Coffin Ridge we are always proud as punch to show off our vineyard and 'cellars'.

We have three different options tailored to an array of tastes:

Number One: The Wine Lover's Experience

This option, for groups of 10 or larger, presents our most detailed explanation of the grape growing and wine making process. Our knowledgeable staff will take you through the magical, and technical, progression from vine to wine.

This hour long tour includes a tasting and a glass of your choice. The cost is $20 per person. Please contact or 519 371 9596 at least three days in advance. 

Number Two:  Mostly a Social Affair

Celebrate your special occasion with a guided tour of our production area and barrel room and enjoy a sampling in our beautiful tasting bar.  Follow it up with a glass of wine of your choice and a generous selection of local cheeses, charcuterie, and other treats.

Perfect for bachelorette parties, birthdays and anniversaries, this package costs $25. Please contact us at or 519 371 9596 at least three days in advance to make your booking. For groups of ten or more.

Number Three:  Saturday & Sunday Drop-in Tours

For groups smaller than ten, we offer regular guided tours of the vineyard and winery that conclude with a tasting of three wines. Tours are hosted every Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and take approximately 45 minutes. The price is $10.  Glasses and Vintner's plate not included. Pre-booking is recommended but not required.