As a dog owner, I know first hand it can be difficult to leave our furry friends at home while we enjoy a lovely trip to the winery. Well, I’m here to tell you that you can have the best of both worlds by visiting wineries that have fabulous wines, and are also dog-friendly. Continue reading for the best dog-friendly wineries in Napa Valley!
Alpha Omega Winery
Located in the heart of Napa Valley, Alpha Omega Winery produces world-class wines since they opened the winery’s doors in 2006. The estate offers a beautiful outdoor wine tasting experience on their spacious terraces, along with private tasting experiences. Alpha Omega is a family-friendly winery, welcoming children of all ages and dogs on leash. Alpha Omega is located in St. Helena, Napa Valley, see more of my Favorite St. Helena Top 10 Wineries here.
Me and my most amazing hosts, Alpha Omega Owners Robin and Michelle Baggett, during their Winter 2018 Alpha Omega Winery pickup party that I attended.
Views of the Member’s tasting lounge. This space is absolutely gorgeous I’ve had the pleasure of visiting a few times during various events and it’s magnificent!
Napa Valley’s Cade Winery is one of those places that you see pictures of but can’t imagine that it really exists until you see it for yourself. The Winery is located on Napa Valley’s Howell Mountain along a dramatic hillside of Manzanita trees. Cade Winery has delicious wines and a gorgeous setting, making it such a memorable and fun visit, perfect for your furry friends!
The spectacular valley views we enjoyed throughout the tasting.
Such a beautiful winery and experience! Read more about the visit on my blog here.
I immediately fell in love with Etude Winery when I visited the Carneros AVA (American Viticulture Area), read more about The Top 10 Wineries in Carneros here! This winery has such a beautiful setting, along with a new tasting room, and a fabulous team.
The stunning views of Etude Winery as I approached the winery for my visit.
The line up of wines I tasted through with Etude Winery Winemaker Jon Priest.
Read my full blog post about Etude Winery here.
For a guided, hands-on guest experience paired with delicious biodynamic wines, Raymond Vineyards is a must-see. Raymond Vineyards not only offers guests delicious wines, but they also have various tasting experiences, such as Winemaker For A Day. It certainly belongs on my list of top St. Helena Wineries that you can read more about here!
St. Supery Estate Winery
Located in the Rutherford region, St. Supéry Estate Vineyards and Winery combines the French château tradition with Napa Valley. This winery produces the highest quality estate wines and provides amazing experiences to guests. Also, the entire St. Supery Winery is very dog friendly which is pretty awesome. Two of my favorite things, wine and dogs!
Attending harvest with Winemaker Michael at St. Supery Winery. Read more about my harvest at St. Supery Estate Winery here.