Annapolis Valley

1 Day  |  50km

(+ travel distance from starting location)

Raise a glass to local fare

Treat yourself to a day touring some of Nova Scotia’s best wineries and enjoy the region’s delicious farm-to-table cuisine.

Luckett Vineyards

Feel the maritime breezes and take in the beautiful landscape on a hillside overlooking the Gaspereau Valley. Open from May to October, Luckett Vineyards offers tastings, tours, shopping, and dining that captures the heart of Nova Scotia’s character.

The Port Pub & Bistro

Sit back and enjoy pub-style food with a gourmet twist overlooking the Cornwallis River and the Acadian dykelands. Ideal for a mid-day meal, the Port Pub & Bistro concentrates on creatively presented local foods and offers local craft brews from the onsite microbrewery.

Town of Wolfville

Stop into Canada’s first Fair Trade Town which features restaurants committed to local products and a welcoming farmers’ market housed in a former apple warehouse on the former rail line. Walk down Main Street and discover the boutique shops, cafes and bistros that this thriving university town has to offer.

Domaine de Grand Pré

Finish your day off in the cobblestone courtyards and beautiful gardens of Nova Scotia’s first operating winery. Sample their award-winning wines, enjoy fine dining at Le Caveau restaurant, explore the acres of land, and learn about grape hybrids unique to Nova Scotia.

Nearby Charging Information

Top-up on the drive home at one of the two Level 3 (DC Fast Charger) stations conveniently located along Highway 101 at the Hantsport Glooscap Landing and at the Sobeys Fast Fuel past Kentville.    

Glooscap Landing
45 Sweetgrass Road, Hantsport, NS B0P 1P0

Directions: Take Exit 8A from Hwy 101


Level 3 (DC Fast Charger)


Parking: Free

Fast Fuel
7203 Nova Scotia Trunk 1 Coldbrook, NS B4R 1A2

Directions: Take Exit 14 from Hwy 101


Level 3 (DC Fast Charger)


Parking: Free

More Road Trips

Lighthouse Route

Visit the iconic Peggy’s Cove and explore the picturesque areas of Mahone Bay and Lunenburg on this beautiful coastal drive. You’ll find restaurants and pubs, great shops and galleries in charming seaside towns along the South Shore.

Kejimkujik National Park

Join the generations of families that have paddled, hiked, camped, and connected with nature and Mi’kmaw culture at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site.


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