21152 16TH AVE (AT 212TH ST)
LANGLEY, BC V2Z 1K3
2019 WINTER HOURS
11AM – 6PM
What’s our story?
In 2001 – this is where it all started – in the 7th Township of Langley. While some things have changed, like signage and our new cellar style tasting room, our principles and focus have not: we are just about making quality wine and nothing else.
Off the highway and “Metro Vancouver adjacent”, our Fraser Valley winery is set in a lush agricultural landscape, surrounded by green vistas and the occasional trot by of an equine explorer. Grape growing? Yes. Explore your inner wine geek without leaving the Lower Mainland and get to know this gem that has bubbly ambitions.
Here, our Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vines are destined for sparkling wine from a vineyard perfect for growing these noble grapes in the Champagne style. An adventure to come, but meanwhile, an invitation to try the wines of Township 7 awaits visitors who have finally pulled in after driving by and wondering, what is this picturesque place all about?
Here you’ll find wine, art, culture and culinary experiences brought together by the thoughtful knowledgeable staff who welcome fresh and returning visitors. This is a place to introduce your senses to BC wine. Your first tasting? Not unheard of. It won’t be your last. Or a hard core oenophile? Fantastic, geek out with us.
Take a break from the bustling city life of business and smartphone notifications to have some fun here. A tasting in the shop is a good first step, but how about a comfortable wine and food seminar? A little snip of wine education — no judgment if you can’t say, “terroir” — a cultural event out amongst the vines, or an exclusive clubSEVEN gathering for our wine club members, with pours from wines not offered to anyone else.
The faces behind the names?
Our team is fun, enthusiastic and are here to ensure you have a great time while enjoying our exceptional and award winning wines.
Langley Tasting Room & clubSEVEN Manager, Jason Ocenas
Ask Jason to pick his favourite wine, and you’ll see a mind in turmoil. How to pick just one? Jason looks after our Langley Estate and ensures that all guests receive a warm welcome in the wine shop, from first-time wine tasters to frequent visitors. A hometown boy, Jason began working in the hospitality industry at the young age of 15 while attending Langley Secondary. After a couple adventurous stints owning coffee shops in Vancouver and Whistler Jason returned to the restaurant business as manager of Macaroni Grill and then GM at the Boathouse. With his WSET Level 3 under his belt, he is both passionate and knowledgeable about wine. Besides enjoying BC wine with his family, Jason is looking forward to teaching golf to their young son, and training their adorable chocolate lab.
The rest of the team in Langley is always eager to share their T7 stories and taste you through our wine.
When are we open?
We are open year round with the hours of 11 am to 6 pm, seven days a week. We are also available for private bookings, check with Jason for our availability.
How to find us?
The good news is… we are just around the corner. From downtown Vancouver to our cellar door takes just 52 minutes and even closer from the rest of the Lower mainland. You can have the winery experience without leaving the city.
Driving Directions to Langley
FROM VANCOUVER, WEST/NORTH VANCOUVER, BURNABY, COQUITLAM, AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Take Highway #1 eastward to the Highway 15 (176th St) exit south. Follow the signs to Seattle. Turn left at 16th Avenue travelling east to the winery.
FROM SOUTH VANCOUVER, RICHMOND, SURREY, AND DELTA
Take Highway #99 south to Exit #2 (8th Ave East). Follow 8th Ave East to 200th St. Turn left (north) to 16th Ave. Turn right on 16th Ave to the winery.
FROM THE U.S.A.
Take I-5 North to the Peace Arch border crossing, or the truck crossing. Once into Canada, take the first exit (#2) to Whiterock/Surrey travelling east on 8th Ave. (From the truck crossing, turn right on the first set of lights after crossing the border to travel east on 8th Ave.) Follow 8th Ave east to 200th st. Turn left (north) to 16th Ave. Turn right on 16th Ave to the winery.