dog friendly wineries sonoma

Dog friendly wineries sonoma

Looking for dog-friendly wineries in Sonoma Valley? We’ve put together a list of great places, where you can sample wines from traditional to innovative, with gorgeous views and plenty of roaming room for your pet. Click the map below for information on each location, and scroll down to learn more about the best Sonoma Valley has to offer in dog-friendly wine-tasting.

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10 Best Dog-Friendly Wineries in Sonoma Valley

  1. Deerfield Ranch Winery
  2. Larson Family Winery
  3. Muscardini Cellars
  4. Gundlach Bundschu Winery
  5. Amista Vineyards
  6. Dutton-Goldfield Winery
  7. Lambert Bridge Winery
  8. Horse and Plow
  9. Landmark Vineyards
  10. Dutcher Crossing Winery

1. Deerfield Ranch Winery

  • visit this 17-acre ranch and sample a wide range of vintages, all made from Sonoma-grown grapes
  • DRW wine is made using processes that minimize histamine in the finished product; people who tend to get headaches from wine are not likely to get one here
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

2. Larson Family Winery

  • a home wine operation turned serious, Larson Family Winery is a warm and inviting location, with plenty of outdoor space to explore
  • enjoy whites, reds, rosés, sparkling wines, and a few vintages inspired by the family dogs
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

3. Muscardini Cellars

  • an older family-owned estate, serving wine in a welcoming and dog-friendly atmosphere
  • taste a variety of wines, including a selection of Sangiovese, as well as a unique Muscardini sweet vermouth
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

4. Gundlach Bundschu Winery

  • a family winery six generations old, Gundlach Bundschu makes small batches of premium wine
  • taste a range of red, rosé, and white wines, including Gewürztraminer
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

5. Amista Vineyards

  • Amista is a relatively recent but prolific venture, focusing on developing the essential flavors of unique varietals
  • taste a wide variety of reds, whites, rosés and innovative sparkling wines
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

6. Dutton-Goldfield Winery

  • visit the home of an incredible amount of small vineyards, tended by farming and wine-making experts Steve Dutton and Dan Goldfield
  • Dutton-Goldfield is known for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, but offers a variety of other wines to taste
  • dogs are welcome outside; in cooler weather, come warm up by the fire inside

7. Lambert Bridge Winery

  • Lambert Bridge produces excellent wines with exacting methods, yielding world-class premium vintages that a perfectionist would be proud of
  • sample from a curated list of small-batch wines
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

8. Horse and Plow

  • Horse & Plow makes small-batch wine from organically farmed grapes, with thoughtful attention to natural farming and wine-making practices, and worker well-being
  • taste a curated selection of wines, as well as Horse & Plow cider
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

9. Landmark Vineyards

  • this winery sources grapes from throughout California to produce complex and world-class wild yeast-fermented vintages
  • Landmark specializes in Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, but other varieties are available for tasting
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

10. Dutcher Crossing Winery

  • visit this beautiful and welcoming location, with a resident lab to greet you, and remind you again that it’s OK to bring your dog
  • taste a variety of reds, whites, as well as a rosé and a ruby style port
  • dogs are welcome outdoors

We hope you and your dog get the chance to visit more than one of these excellent dog-friendly wineries while you’re in Sonoma Valley. But, if you’d rather do your wine-tasting without your pet, Rover is here to help. Check out our dog-sitters in Sonoma Valley.


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