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The Ultimate Langley Wine Tour: Visiting the Top 5 Langley Wineries

by Brandon Moscrip October 09, 2022

The Ultimate Langley Wine Tour: Visiting the Top 5 Langley Wineries

5 Best Langley Wineries To Visit

Looking for a fun day trip from Vancouver? Langley is the place to be! With its rolling hills and picturesque landscapes, Langley is home to some of the best wineries in British Columbia. In this blog post, we will explore the top five Langley wineries and what makes them unique. So pack a lunch and get ready for a day of wine tasting!

Glass House Winery

First on our list is Glass House Estate Winery. Located in Langley’s Otter District, Glass House is known for its stunning views of Mount Baker and the Fraser Valley. In addition to their award-winning wines, they also offer a food menu with locally sourced ingredients. So if you’re looking for a place to Eat either a picnic style lunch (Must purchase from the winery) or a full sitdown lunch, this might be for you.

Pro-tip: make sure to book your lunch far in advance and you may want to book your lunch weeks ahead when you know you might be going and build your day trip around your lunch.

 Backyard Winery

Next on our list is Backyard Vineyards. This family-owned and operated vineyard is located in Langley’s Murrayville district and offers a variety of red, white, and rosé wines. In addition to their wine tasting room, they also have a picnic area where you can enjoy your wine with a view. You can purchase wine and generally BYO Picnic.

Must try wines on the list here are the Noisy Neibour Wine and Red. You may also want to round out your tasting with the porch pounder port style desert wine.

 

Third on our list is Township Seven (T7 or Township 7). This urban winery is located in the heart of Langley City and offers a variety of red and white wines. They also have a small food menu with items such as charcuterie boards and flatbreads you can enjoy during your wine tasting. You can purchase wine by the bottle or glass to drink on their patio or to take home with you.

Some of the must try wines are the Langley Crush Pad White and Rosé and if you like reds the Langley Benchmark Pinot Noir.

 Cavallo Winery

Fourth on our list is Cavallo Urban Winery. This hidden gem is located in Langley’s Willoughby district (Or right over the surrey boarder) and offers a variety of red and white wines. They also have a small food menu with items such as charcuterie boards, flatbreads, and antipasto plates you can enjoy after your wine tasting and you can relax outside in the summer months. You can purchase wine by the bottle or glass to drink on their patio or to take home with you.

Some of the must try wines are the Langley Fielding Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.

 

Last but not least is Chaberton Estate Winery. This family-owned vineyard is located in Langley’s Campbell Valley district and offers a variety of red, white, and rosé wines. In addition to their wine tasting room, they also have a picnic area.  You can purchase wine and generally BYO Picnic.

Pro-tip: make sure to check their website for days and hours of operation as they are subject to change for private parties.

Some of the must try wines on the list here are Bacchus (White) Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin (Red) and Belle Rose (Rosé).

Bonus! Cider Stop. Fraser Valley Cider is a cidery located in Langley’s Murrayville district and offers a variety of dry and semi-sweet ciders. They also have a small food menu with items such as charcuterie boards, flatbreads, and antipasto plates you can enjoy after your wine tasting. You can purchase cider by the bottle or glass to drink on their patio or to take home with you.

Some of the must try ciders are the Heritage Dry Hopped Cider and the Cranberry Orange Cider.

 

Bonus Honey Wine Stop: Festina Lente Meadery is a Langley based Meadery, which makes honey wine. They offer a variety of dry, semi-sweet, and sweet meads. You can purchase mead by the bottle or glass to drink on their patio or to take home with you. Some of the must try meads are the Blueberry Mead and the Cherry Chocolate Port. You'll love the team here as they always make our day.

 

Bonus Distillery Stop: Roots & Wings Distillery is Langley’s first craft distillery, located in Langley City. They offer a variety of spirits such as vodka, gin, and whisky. Whiskey connosours will love the Canadian Whiskey here. Some of other the must try spirits are the Langley Vodka and the Langley Gin.

 

Bonus Brewery Stop: Farm Country Brewing Co is Langley’s first farm brewery, located in Langley City. Located only a few minutes from the Langley wine district. Farm and Country offer the classic craft brewery basic beer styles such as lagers, ales, and IPAs. You can purchase beer by the bottle or glass to drink on their patio or to take home with you. Some of the must try beers are the Country Sunshine Radler and the Farmhand French Ale.

We hope you enjoyed this blog post about Langley wineries! If you’re looking for more of a guided experience be sure to check out our Langley Wine Tour with Canadian Craft Tours or Vine & Hops #langleywine #langleywines #langleywinetours #vancouverisawesome #vancity




Brandon Moscrip
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If you can not get a hold of Brandon he is either Snowboarding, diving, in a hammock or on the hunt for his favourite new Craft Beverage somewhere globally. If you are looking for Brandon, you'll have a better chance finding Waldo.


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