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Marley Farms

1831D Mount Newton X Rd.
Saanichton, British Columbia
Canada V8M 1L1

Winter Hours

January to April
Saturday -- 11am to 5pm

Summer Hours
May to December
Daily -- 11am to 6pm

Welcome to Marley Farm

Come and experience our boutique winery for the kaleidoscope of flavours and bouquets in our exceptional wines!

Marley Farm is a family owned and operated winery located in the tranquil Mount Newton Valley, British Columbia. The Marley Family have always dreamed of owning a winery and in the spring of 2000 that dream was born. Beverly, an ardent winemaker of many years, led the charge in getting the business set up.

After some considerable research Pinot Grigio, Ortega and Pinot Noir, were planted as being the best suited varietals for the local micro climate, soils and exposure. With the help of family and friends the first vines were planted and Marley Farm had their first harvest, however limited, in the fall of 2002. Prior to that, Vintner Eric von Krosigk sourced grapes with similar characteristics, so that production could commence.

Marley Farm endeavours to offer a fun, family setting and with their bright new winery now open, you are invited to visit at 1831D Mount Newton Cross Road, Saanichton, Vancouver Island, British Columbia


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