Lang Vineyards (Holman Lang)

Okanagan Valley Marechal Foch

9.132 ratings
8.22 pro ratings
Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada
Marechal Foch
Cheddar & Gruyere, Tomato-Based, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Goat & Feta Cheese, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Fish, Salads & Greens, Meaty & Oily Fish, Fruit Desserts, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Ainsley Clement

Sweet, bold, full bodied feel. Plums, fig newtons, chocolate cake with horse saddle, earthy notes. Produced from the oldest vines on the Naramata Bench.

Sweet, bold, full bodied feel. Plums, fig newtons, chocolate cake with horse saddle, earthy notes. Produced from the oldest vines on the Naramata Bench.

Sep 28th, 2019
Wineshout 💀

Rich, sweet, jammy nose leads to lots of residual sugar, stewed fruit and spice on the palate. Too sweet but a red for spicy food perhaps -- Wineshout.com

Rich, sweet, jammy nose leads to lots of residual sugar, stewed fruit and spice on the palate. Too sweet but a red for spicy food perhaps -- Wineshout.com

1 person found it helpfulMay 10th, 2015
Tracy Clarke

Both loved it. Bought at Lang

Both loved it. Bought at Lang

Oct 15th, 2018
Steven Beishuizen

A real constant for Lang over the years. I have no idea what to do with this food pairing wise, and I'm not going to sit here and say this is some sort of uncovered treasure in Naramata, but it's a unique-ish wine and one worth exploring. It always seems we're arriving at the Lang tasting room out of breath at exactly 5:30pm as the last employee is trying to get out of there for the day being that their tasting room stays open a half hour later than most places. It's that anticipation of the final tasting of the day that makes this wine even more special. It's not like others on the bench. It's sweet. It's California Raisin-y. Probably more chocolate-covered than Amarone though with all that sweetness. Rather than looking for a pairing, this one shines best at the end of a sunny day paired with nothing and no one. It's not bad... It's unique.

A real constant for Lang over the years. I have no idea what to do with this food pairing wise, and I'm not going to sit here and say this is some sort of uncovered treasure in Naramata, but it's a unique-ish wine and one worth exploring. It always seems we're arriving at the Lang tasting room out of breath at exactly 5:30pm as the last employee is trying to get out of there for the day being that their tasting room stays open a half hour later than most places. It's that anticipation of the final tasting of the day that makes this wine even more special. It's not like others on the bench. It's sweet. It's California Raisin-y. Probably more chocolate-covered than Amarone though with all that sweetness. Rather than looking for a pairing, this one shines best at the end of a sunny day paired with nothing and no one. It's not bad... It's unique.

Aug 7th, 2018
Shawn Thompson

A bold red, thick mouthfeel. Fruit forward nose with blueberries sweet on the first sip but flabby in the middle with a soft finish.

A bold red, thick mouthfeel. Fruit forward nose with blueberries sweet on the first sip but flabby in the middle with a soft finish.

Dec 3rd, 2017
Meeter B

To keep my soul alright, it keeps me up high above.
Yes, me got the reason to come, question your love.
It keeps my soul alright, it keeps me up high above.
Instant classic. Slightly sweet and slightly berry. Tricking down my heartstrings.

To keep my soul alright, it keeps me up high above.
Yes, me got the reason to come, question your love.
It keeps my soul alright, it keeps me up high above.
Instant classic. Slightly sweet and slightly berry. Tricking down my heartstrings.

Sep 24th, 2017
Christina Mnatzaganian

Our first Canadian wine was pretty impressive! Very complex, slightly sweet, full bodied and very aromatic - probably one of the most aromatic wines I have tried. Highly recommended!

Our first Canadian wine was pretty impressive! Very complex, slightly sweet, full bodied and very aromatic - probably one of the most aromatic wines I have tried. Highly recommended!

Sep 13th, 2017
Mark R

This is my new favorite Red! It has jumped in front of the Hillside Cab Franc. #BuyLocal

This is my new favorite Red! It has jumped in front of the Hillside Cab Franc. #BuyLocal

Sep 4th, 2017
Jorge Serna

Nice nose, fruit forward, subtly sweet just right. Bold and full bodied A delightful wine.

Nice nose, fruit forward, subtly sweet just right. Bold and full bodied A delightful wine.

Sep 1st, 2017
Sherri Pierce

Excellence in a bottle.

Excellence in a bottle.

Mar 24th, 2016