Lang Vineyards

Opening in 1990, Lang Vineyards was British Columbia’s first ‘farm gate’ winery and is also home to the oldest vines on the Naramata Bench.

Despite humble beginnings, the winery has grown substantially and consistently produces an array of high-quality, well-crafted wines including ice varieties.

Looking down through the vineyards to Okanagan Lake at Lang Vineyards
The views from Lang Vineyards’ tasting room are spectacular

The elevated location of this winery behind Naramata Road provides fabulous views over the rest of the Bench. Tastings are held in the airy wine shop, with huge windows showcasing the vistas outside. Honestly, I’d say that it is worth visiting just for the view!

Fan of red wines? Consider a trip to Lang Vineyards to check out their Marechal Foch. This wine is made with 60+ year-old vines grown on the property. There is a fortified version too, which the team will sometimes offer as part of a tasting.

Looking through foliage to a patio table with six chairs (and umbrella) in front of vineyards and lake views at Lang Vineyards
Patio seating at Lang Vineyards

At a Glance

Tasting info: Reservations are recommended, walk-ins welcomed
Tasting style
: Standing, inside
Tasting cost
: $10, refunded on purchase
Wine club: Yes

Food/restaurant: No
: No
: Yes
Pet friendly
: Yes
Weddings and private events
: No

Contact Information

Phone: 1-778-514-5598
Address: 2493 Gammon Road

Looking down on vineyards that slope towards Okanagan Lake. There is a sign on the end of one of the vineyards that states 'Naramata Bench's Oldest Vines, 60+ Years Old Marechal Foch'
Lang Vineyards is home to the oldest vines on the Naramata Bench

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