Pelee Island Winery Pavilion

Pelee Island Winery Pavilion

Pelee Island Winery Pavilion

Pelee Island Winery Pavilion

At the southernmost point of Canada, you’ll find 10,000 acres of idyllic vineyards, farms, beaches, parks and forests.

Over half of America’s 50 states are north of Pelee Island, including Northern California. It shares the same latitude as some of the most prestigious wine regions of the world (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany and France). The main road stretches around the perimeter of the island and provides an excellent route to cycle or walk. If you plan to stay the night while visiting our Pelee Island Pavilion, there are a number of beautiful inns/bed & breakfasts to accommodate you.

Pelee Island is home to some of the rarest natural habitat in Canada. Over 10,000 unique species inhabit Pelee Island, including the Honey Locust, Hop Tree, Prickly Pear Cactus and Sassafras. Birders witness seasonal migrations of hundreds of species. Foxes and coyotes call the island their home as do rare snakes such as the Blue Racer. The island also offers a host of recreational activities, including fishing, hiking and biking. You can visit the Vin Villa ruins; the historic remains of Canada’s first commercial winery. Stop at Lighthouse Point and Fish Point or drive along one of the amazing dykes that crisscross the island. The Heritage Centre located on the west dock documents the history of the hundreds of shipwrecks in Lake Erie’s shallow waters during storms and naval battles. There’s also an exciting exhibit on Al Capone and his Rum Runners who used Pelee Island as a point of embarkation to Ohio during Prohibition.

We acknowledge the Traditional, ancestral, unceded territory of Caldwell First Nation; the original people of Pelee Island and its surrounding waters. We recognize and respect the First Nations who are stewards of the land and waters of Turtle Island and who have embraced this stewardship since time immemorial. We would also like to acknowledge other nearby First Nation communities and First Nations across Turtle Island.

Bottles of JS Hamilton VQA from Pelee Island Winery line up with glassware on the tasting bar at the Pelee Island Winery Pavilion on Pelee Island with wine barrels in the background.

Pelee Island Winery Pavilion Hours

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Monday: 11 am – 5 pm
Tuesday: 12 pm – 4 pm
Wednesday: 11 am – 5 pm
Thursday to Sunday: 11 am – 7 pm

July 11th – 13th : Extended hours until 8pm.


Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs & Sun
12 pm and 2 pm

Friday & Saturday
12 pm, 2 pm and 4 pm


$20 per person (Includes tasting)
FREE – kids (under 19)

Wine Tastings

Standard Tasting – $20
Exclusive Tasting – $30

*Ask server for further details.

Reservations are not required for tastings. However, if you do have a large group, we would love a heads up to ensure we are able to offer all our best service. 519-724-2469

*Wine offerings and prices are subject to change without notice.

Specialty Tours

VIP Tour, Tasting & Charcuterie

$40 per person

– 4 x 1.5oz pours
– Curated selection of wines that include our estate collection
– Winery Tour
– Charcuterie or Cheese Platter

Minimum 6 people per booking.


Please call to book:
(519) 724 2469

Winery Pavilion

Our Pelee Island Pavilion is the hub of activity on the island during the spring, summer and fall. Tour the Pavilion grounds and learn the history of Pelee Island and Pelee Island Winery. The wine appreciation seminar is known as the ‘Vine to Wine’ process. You’ll get an inside look at the process of growing grapes and making wine, including the evolution of winemaking equipment throughout history (such as our antique European grape press). You’ll also learn about the fine art of making corks, and why a good cork is so important to great wine. The tour is highlighted by a video presentation in our theatre room. Finally, the tasting room provides guests with the opportunity to appreciate some of our best vintages. Your tour includes wine tasting and complimentary Pelee Island Winery tasting glass. Afterward, guests are invited to browse our gift shop where they can purchase gift baskets and other unique items.

For those looking to enjoy a little bit of ‘Island Time’, relax in our outdoor wine garden with a glass of wine surrounded by vineyards overlooking Lake Erie. Light snacks, wood fired pizza and charcuterie available at our Deli Hut pair nicely with your wine of choice while you enjoy live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

We welcome coach tours & groups and offer banquet facilities for weddings & special events. Please contact us for more package information on Pelee Island Pavilion today.

Getting Here

Pelee Island can be reached by ferry from April through December. We always suggest booking your ferry as soon as you have decided to visit. For details please view the Ferry schedule.

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Pelee Island Pavilion

20 East West Road, Pelee Island, ON N0R 1M0, Canada