Set aside a few minutes of day with these dog-accommodating California wineries. You and your closest companion will sit and enjoy without at a place like French Winery in Napa with your dog’s own sweet picnic spot, or Dierberg in Lompoc, lolling on the enormous grass under surging mists.

Every one of the wineries only the list requested well-behaved dogs on leashes.. It’s savvy to bring a doggie pickup bag, as well. Now and again, in an extremely crowded tasting room, it will be wise and polite to move to an outside tasting scene – nobody likes getting their tail stepped on.

Sonoma Valley

Kunde Winery: Also in Sonoma Valley, Kunde is a safe house for puppies and their walkers (you!) with their pre-masterminded Vineyard Walks. Jeff Kunde and his dogs Cooper and Marley lead you through the vineyards, valley floor, forests and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. It’s a four-hour trip with wine and lunch. Additionally, volunteers from Sonoma County Humane Society bring along dogs ready for adoptions. The tour fee is given to dog causes. You can visit their website for dates.


Gundlach Bundschu: Just minutes from popular Sonoma Square, California’s most established, family-claimed winery offers water bowls and, once in a while, treats for dogs.


Muscardini Cellars: Sadly, very popular brilliant retriever Beni, the greeter, as of late passed away. Dogs are welcome at this artisan winery, known for exceptional small-batch wine.


Bartholomew Park Winery: Or is that Barktholomew? Puppies love to travel here as well, on a notable 400-section of protected land. Bring milk bones for your pooch to mooch and lunch for you to enjoy in Bart Park with its inviting picnic tables. Dogs can visit the museum hall, as well!

Santa Barbara County


Downtown Los Olivos: Of the more than two dozen tasting rooms in Santa Ynez Valley’s Los Olivos, many welcome dogs on their open air porches, if not inside. This wine-driven town offers a waggin’ decent time, with ensured “walkies” between tasting venues.


Dierberg and Star Lane Tasting Room, Lompoc: Ready to chill in a nation setting far from the groups? This winery offers an extensive spacious barn, rolling lawn, ways and boundless expanses. Doggie paradise!


Carivintas Winery: This little winery is enthusiastic about loaning a pawing to save creatures, giving to safe house support groups and others like Best Friends Animal Society and Return to Freedom. Its labels with their excellent creature depictions are a positive insight that the entryway is open for your dog pal.

Napa Valley

Frenchie Winery at Raymond Vineyards: This is a doggie paradise where you can stop your dog while you drink Raymond wines at the tasting bar. You can even watch your pal on a video cam as Raymond uncorks its best. Your buddy will make the most of his own cushiony doggie bed made of a large portion of a wine barrel. Frenchie’s pooch parks are complimentary for wine tasters. Woof!

Lobby: Dogs can go along with you on the porch and in October, can be a piece of “Harvest Hounds,” a month-long occasion when wine tastings benefit Napa Humane Society.