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There’s a Cidery in Langley?  Really?

There’s a Cidery in Langley?  Really?

There’s a Cidery in Langley? Really? As we get ready to open the doors for our third season, this is still a question I get asked all the time when I tell people what I do for a living.  I can’t really complain, we’ve been rushed off our feet with customers tasting and enjoying the cider most weekends and we’ve sold everything we’ve made each season.  However there are still many folks out there who don’t
FESTINA LENTE ESTATE WINERY

FESTINA LENTE ESTATE WINERY

FESTINA LENTE ESTATE WINERY -Setting the Standard for Modern Mead Situated on a 5-acre farm in Langley’s Campbell Valley region, Festina Lente Estate Winery is Langley’s newest and most intriguing winery which opened it’s doors to the public in May 2017. The farm is owned and operated by Bill and Teresa Townsley who first established the environmentally forward homestead in 2010 and maintain a working apiary and orchard that provides the raw material for their clean
Exciting time for Wine Lovers!

Exciting time for Wine Lovers!

It’s an exciting time for Wine Lovers to live in the Fraser Valley and the Greater Vancouver Lower Mainland. More and more people are discovering the Fraser Valley Wine Region and the little gems we have right here in our own backyard. One of these little gems is Backyard Vineyards. Driving along the rolling hills on 232nd Street in South Langley, you’ll come across the Winery nestled up against the left bank of Murray Creek. Here
Chaberton Estate Winery | Langley

Chaberton Estate Winery | Langley

Our history dates back to 1975, when Claude and Inge Violet decided to start a ‘New World’ winery in Langley. After selling their winery and vineyard in France, the Violet’s went in search of the perfect climate, terrain, and location for their new winery in BC. In 1981,  they found the perfect 55 acre spot in South Langley. After lots of experimenting with different cool climate grape varietals they started planting in 1982. In 1991, the