Our Spring Menu is currently offered in line with our Tasting Room hours.

Our current restaurant seating includes indoor seating in the Tasting Room and Gallery, along with an outdoor, open-air patio when weather allows.


We welcome parties of less than six guests on a walk-in basis. For parties of six guests or more, we strongly suggest making dining reservations, which can be made through our Resy page at the link below or by calling the winery directly at 902-542-7774.

Please refer to the FAQ section for more information regarding our reservation policies.


The culinary program at Lightfoot & Wolfville is seasonally focused to celebrate the exciting dynamic of our growing season - what's fresh from our gardens and the broader Annapolis Valley. In addition to nurturing 40 acres of grapevines for wine production, we operate as a working biodynamic farm that grows ingredients for the winery’s kitchen, including heirloom vegetables, herbs, grass-fed Wagyu beef, Olde English Southdown lamb and Mangalitsa pork. Aiming to achieve self-sufficiency as much as possible, forage for the livestock is also grown on-site and waste materials such as grape pomace and livestock manures are composted and fed back to our soils. What we are unable to grow ourselves we proudly source from other like-minded, local producers.


Please note that we accept standard restaurant reservations for groups of 6-10 guests. Parties of fewer than 6 guests are welcomed on a walk-in basis. For parties of 11-30 guests, we offer reservations for a set menu, family style group dining experience.

If your group exceeds 30 guests, please contact us directly to discuss our private event offerings.

Due to the nature of our climate, we only take advance reservations for our covered dining areas (inside in the "Gallery" during the spring and late fall / outside under the Marquee Tent during the summer and early fall). Our uncovered patio seating, including our dog-friendly area, is available on good weather days for walk-ins on a first come, first served basis.

Yes. We welcome well-behaved, on-leash dogs to our serviced patio dining area. As this is an open-air patio, it is open on good weather days only, so we are unable to accommodate advance reservations in this area. On fair weather days, patio walk-ins will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, in line with our restaurant hours. Please note that due to Nova Scotia Public Health regulations, only service dogs are allowed inside the hospitality facility or under the marquee tent. When you arrive at our hospitality facility, please send one of your party members inside the main entrance to to check in with our concierge team about availability on the patio.

Yes! Our license allows us to welcome all ages to the property. We are family friendly and offer a kid's menu in our restaurant. Please indicate in your reservation notes if your family will require a highchair.

No. Our restaurant service is dine-in only. We are not able to accommodate take-out orders, unfortunately.

Yes, we always have menu items that are gluten free or can be made gluten-free upon request.

We offer a cauliflower base gluten-friendly pizza crust. Please let your server know if you have any allergies or intolerances and our kitchen will do our absolute best to minimize cross contamination. However, due to the nature of our outdoor pizza kitchen, we cannot guarantee that the gluten-friendly crust is a safe option for those with celiac or severe gluten intolerances. Please note that the gluten friendly crust contains dairy products.

Yes, we always have menu options that are vegan or can be made vegan upon request.

Our hand-made pizza dough is naturally vegan and we can modify our pizzas to the best of our ability. For our vegan guests, we typically suggest a tomato or olive oil base pizza with a selection of fresh seasonal vegetables.

In terms of ingredients and processing aids, all of our wines are 100% vegan-friendly and contain no animal by-products. We use clay bentonite for fining. However, we are a certified biodynamic farm winery, which means that we do raise livestock for meat consumption and our livestock play a role in our winegrowing practices, as part of the self-sufficient biodynamic ethos. For instance, the manure of our livestock (cattle, sheep) form the basis of our compost program, which goes back to our vineyards and gardens as fertilizer. During harvest season, our pigs forage on pomace after pressing to help minimize waste.

Yes. In addition to Lightfoot & Wolfville wines, our beverage menu contains local craft beer, cider, cocktails, coffee and non-alcoholic options.

For parties of 11-30 guests, we offer reservations for a set menu, family style group dining experience.

If your group exceeds 30 guests, please contact us directly to discuss our private event offerings.