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Lang Vineyards, Naramata

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Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
British Columbia's very first "Farm Gate" winery, Lang Vineyards features a tasting room and a patio with spectacular views. With its history of producing top wines of every category, the boutique winery remains the perfect spot for anyone interested in trying whites, reds, rose, and dessert wines. If you can't get enough of the winery's great products, place an order on the website--your bottles will ship right to your door, so you can treat yourself and your friends and family in the comfort of your own home. Make Lang Vineyards part of your personalized Naramata itinerary using our Naramata vacation route planner.
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  • With a name like Lang, you just know there’s some guy at the winery with that last name. There must be, or rather there better be, some guy named Lang that started this whole operation. First or last,...  more »
  • My husband and I stopped here on our self-driven wine tour, and the wine was amazing! The tasting room looks out over the valley, and the staff were super friendly! It is a little off the beaten path,...  more »
  • We had a large group today which went to five wineries. We agreed this was the best of the day in terms of the wine we tasted. The vineyard has the oldest vines on the Naramata bench at around 55 year...  more »
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  • My Husband and I visited Lang Winery with family over Easter and had such a wonderful time. Leanne was amazing and it was very obvious that she does not work there just to make a sale. I loved her enthusiasm as we sampled our wine! She made it an experience rather than just a sale. We purchased many different wines and they were such a hit back at home that we already need to place another order! I can't wait until we can go back to BC!
  • We would like to pass on our compliments on your outstanding 2005 Marechal Foch which we sipped, with much delight, this evening before, during & after dinner. It really blew our socks off! So flavourful, well rounded, smooth plus all kinds of deep rich cherry flavours. Keep up the good work! Thank-you so much! Bob n Sue
  • With a name like Lang, you just know there’s some guy at the winery with that last name. There must be, or rather there better be, some guy named Lang that started this whole operation. First or last, doesn’t matter—it would be awesome if it were both, like the founding dude was Lang Lang. That’s even better than Duran Duran. In actuality, there were two Langs—the founder selling it to a descendant. The website is unspecific as to the relation—if a coincidence, that would be…weird. My girlfriend and I were on vacation through Okanagan wine country. Over six days, we visited sixty wineries. That’s sixty wineries, not an exaggeration. We ended the trip with 120 bottles acquired. Of those, one was a towering crimson monolith emblazoned with the symbol of Canadian patriotism…it’s a maple leaf, not a beaver, you philistines. It claimed to be the original Canadian Maplewine (the bottle, not the beaver). I couldn’t be happier with the purchase. Many places would be content to sell you maple syrup or even maple icewine syrup (don’t believe me? Every Canadian tourist shop sells both of those), but nothing with actual alcoholic content. This is a thing a beauty. I know I should discuss the winery, but this is why you go to a winery. Well, that and the view, which is amazing—they were even offering tours that day, one of the few places that did so. I acquired the red bottle, a blend of Merlot and Canadian Maple Syrup. They claim hints of light sherry and port. It’s astounding; at least the tasting was. My bottle remains unopened. I know, holding back, probably for that special occasion, harkening back that quote from Sideways. To open a red Canadian Maplewine—that’s the special occasion. Alas, I slipped it back into its box and continued writing this review. The actual winery is higher up on the bench, boasting one of the best views in the region. It’s a far better sight that day than the insane tasting room. Lang must draw crowds as, given this time of day and month, the tasting toom was packed. And with kids. Kids! Obviously, the crowd won’t affect my review, but who brings kids on a wine tour? Dogs, sure, I see dogs everywhere. I think they’re mandatory. Kids bounce off the wall demanding stimulation while ignorant parents sip wine. The actual tasting room was slightly bland, so we didn’t linger. However, the wines more than made up for it. The red maplewine was not the only bottle purchased, the other being a 2014 Marechal Foch, a rare varietal for the region. It also remains unopened by this writing. Lang claims to possess the oldest Foch grapes in the region. Really old Fochs. Old Fochs. Lang is a recommendation and worth the detour off Naramata road. It’s just up from Mocojo, another great recommendation. Ignore the lackluster name and snap a few shots of the view. Just go early to avoid the crowds.
  • We had a wonderful afternoon privately touring the vineyard & wine cellar with Mike. It was awesome - thank you guys! Learned all about what makes Lang's wines so fantastic & why the vineyard itself is unique. It's legacy, it's vine history & the attention to detail that goes into making their fine wines. Tasting near-harvest Marce Foch grapes straight from the vine was an experience we will never forget. We've been enjoying the wines we purchased immensely & cant wait for our next visit!
  • Marechel Foch 2015 - gorgeous wine! Mike knows his stuff in the wine shop.