Napa Valley Woofers: Pet-Friendly Wineries

Nowhere are human’s best friends more celebrated than the Napa Valley. The valley showcases its generous pet-friendly hospitality, as many of the valley’s wineries, restaurants, and lodging establishments provide extra special treats for four legged friends. So bring the pups along and take advantage of these pet-perks year round.

Dogs are a big part of a vintner’s life, and are welcome at many of the Napa Valley’s finest wineries.

St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery offers treats and doggie bandannas in the tasting room. Guests to St. Supéry are often greeted by GG the winery’s CCO or Chief Cuddle Officer.

Raymond Vineyards has an entire “winery” dedicated to Frenchie, owner Jean Charles Boisset’s French bulldog. While guests take in the Raymond experience at “Frenchie Winery”, pups can enjoy their own Napa Valley vacation in an outdoor, shady dog suite, complete with their very own wine barrel doggie bed.

Starmont Vineyards welcomes your pooch to their new Carneros tasting room and provides frisbees and tennis balls for fetching and treats (like organic dog-friendly biscuits!) for when your pup gets snack envy.

Each fall, HALL Wines in St. Helena hosts Harvest Hounds, where four-legged friends can get together while their biped humans taste HALL wines, with proceeds benefiting Napa Humane.

V. Sattui Winery, which is pet friendly year round, also hosts an annual “Pamper your Pooch” day, complete with swag bags filled with dog treats, a photo booth, the “Most Adorable Dog” contest and free doggie bandanas.

Other wineries that roll out the red carpet for pets include Pine Ridge Winery, Peju Province Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Jessup Cellars, and Clos du Val.

For a full listing of pet-friendly wineries, visit our site.

As editor of the Visit Napa Valley blog, Jennifer brings you the Napa Valley experience with tales of tastes, treats and trips.

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