1,000 Wines from around the World.
To complement your dining experience our Sommelier, Kathleen Moore can recommend a wine for your palet from Langdon Hall's outstanding selection of over 1000 wines from around the world.
Our trained staff will assist in recommending the perfect wine from Langdon's cellar to accompany your menu selection. Throughout the year, Kathleen entertains our weekend and corporate guests with informative and fun wine seminars and samplings.
View our seasonal recommendations, or select a wine option below.
Terroir: A French term used to denote the special charateristics that geography, geology, and climate of a certain place bestowed on a particular crop. It is also referred to as a sense of place.
In Niagara we have coined "Somewhereness" to try and define the concept.
When Thomas first mentioned his idea to showcase the Terroir of Chardonnay internationally I thought it was brilliant. He has made wine in all 3 regions, each one well known for quality Chardonnay. He came to Niagara to be the head winemaker at Le Clos Jordanne. The focus at this winery was and still is to produce top quality terroir driven Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in Niagara.
We at Langdon have always believed in terroir driven wines and the importance of focusing on local quality ingredients.
We are proud to offer these wines individually by the glass or try a flight of all three experience the concept of Terroir
$16 per 6oz Glass or 3 2oz Glasses.
The Hills of Oregon
Thomas has worked for both Ponzi Vineyards and Lemelson in Oregon, and it is from the latter that he rents cellar space to make Bachelder. Working with fruit from both the Sandstone and Volcanic (Basaltic) strata that predominate in Oregon, Bachelder is able to capture the fruit and coax out the stunning minerality of Oregon Chardonnay in all of its lacey purity.
The Niagara Escarpment
Canada’s fruit basket, the Niagara peninsula has a unique microclimate due to the ocean-like Great lakes that surround it. Dolomitic Limestone abounds here - interspersed with clay - giving the wines intense perfume; a rich mouthfeel and a defining iron grip that speaks of the Escarpment where the grapes are grown.
Burgundy – 'La Bourgogne'
The Côte d'Or (the 'Golden Hills') is a long strand of hills stretching from Dijon to Chalon is home to the region's 'sense-of-place'-defining limestone. There Thomas workswith the best organic vignerons to ensure that the grapes are grown to exacting specifications, the vineyards stretching from Nuits-St. Georges in the north, through Beaune heading south to Puligny-Montrachet.