Glenugie Winery

Glenugie Winery

Glenugie Winery

 
Address: 3033 232nd Street,
Langley, BC, V2Z 3A8, Canada
Phone: (604) 539-WINE (9463) or 1-866-233-WINE (9463)
Fax: (604) 539-9464
E-mail:
Website: http://www.glenugiewinery.com
Located in the picturesque countryside of Langley, BC, Glenugie Winery is a family owned estate winery. The owners, Gary and Christina Tayler and their family, established the vineyard in 1997 and opened the winery in 2002.

Glenugie was the name of the family farm owned by the grandmother of Christina Tayler in Longside, Scotland. The farm was located in the glen by the River Ugie. In order to keep with the family tradition, the Scottish tartan of the Campbell of Argyll clan is featured on our wine label. The clan crests of the Campbell of Argyll, McGregor, Grant and Galloway can be found in the tasting room of the winery.

Glenugie Winery is a member of the Association of British Columbia Wine Growers www.winegrowers.bc.ca. This is an organization representing member wineries that proudly produce fine wines made from 100% BC grown grapes and fruit.

Glenugie Winery is proud to offer a variety of wines for your enjoyment. All of our wines are the product of British Columbia.
Wines Listing
Group the listing by:  Year  Sugar  Color  Type
2000
Pinot Noir 2000 (0) (click for more info...) $10.95
2001
Chardonnay 2001 Unoaked (0) (click for more info...)
Chardonnay 2001 Limited Vintage (0) (click for more info...) $14.95
Pinot Noir 2001 Limited Vintage (0) (click for more info...) $14.95
2002
Pinot Blanc 2002 (0) or (2) (click for more info...) $11.95
Chardonnay 2002 Unoaked (0) (click for more info...) $12.95
Gamay Noir (0) (click for more info...) $12.95

All prices and rates subject to change without notice. Prices posted in Canadian Dollars.

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