Today, we'd like to bring to your attention the many wineries across Napa Valley that embrace dogs as if they were family. After all, what's better than enjoying a glass of wine, or two, with your four-legged companion by your side?
With three resident dogs of its own, this winery is always ready to welcome an additional pooch or two. As you enjoy a glass of wine, which can be arranged by appointment only, your dog will be taken care of with treats and water – perfect.
This wonderful winery accepts dogs all year round, and pays them special attention during the fall. Harvest Hounds, a special event run by the winery, embraces pups and donates its proceeds to the Napa Humane Society. Reservations are required if you'd like a tour.
Raymond Vineyards loves dogs almost as much as their pet parents, providing a special dog patio with furniture, treats, and water, and a camera connected to the tasting room's TV so that worried pet parents can keep an eye on their pets. It's not necessary to make an appointment.
Whether your dog wants to relax on the patio with a treat, or lay in the shade, this winery is perfect for dog-loving pet parents and their pups. Reservations aren't required, though they are recommended – as you can imagine, it gets busy!
In May, for one day only, dogs receive free treats throughout their visit, while pet parents are encouraged to taste to their heart's content. Dogs on a leash are welcome in the picnic grounds and tasting rooms, and no reservations are necessary.
Though dogs were temporarily asked to stay away following earthquake damage in 2014, they are now welcome with open arms once more. The winery is incredibly popular, so reservations are required.
Pups are allowed in the outdoor tasting areas as long as they are on a leash. The winery's sister sites in Howell Mountain (CADE) and Napa (PlumpJack) also welcome dogs.
We hope that you enjoy your wine and puppy time, whichever winery you choose to visit.