Napa Valley and Sonoma County love their four-legged visitors, and there are a variety of options for pet lovers throughout the region. In addition to restaurants and lodging that offer wonderful amenities for guests with pets, the area also has a wide selection of wineries that welcome pets through their doors. If you’d love to spend a day in Napa Valley or Sonoma County with your furry friend, consider one of these wonderful wineries.






Raymond Vineyards

849 Zinfandel Lane, St. Helena

Jean-Charles Boisset of Raymond Vineyards in Rutherford loves his dog so much, he dedicated an entire winery and label to him. At Napa Valley’s first dog vineyard, Frenchie Winery, your furry friend will have a ball relaxing in their own wine barrel dog bed in a shaded dog suite as you enjoy the wines and atmosphere at Raymond Vineyards. You can even watch your dog during their time at Frenchie’s via a webcam to ensure he’s having a ball.



Mutt Lynch Winery

9050 Windsor Road, Windsor

A place where a love of wine and a love of dogs meets, Mutt Lynch Winery is a must-see for Sonoma County visitors and their four-legged family members. Their fun tasting room in downtown Windsor allows dogs to roam free, play with provided dog toys, and eat tasty treats as their owners sip on a selection of cabernet, zinfandel, and chardonnay.



St. Supery Estate Vineyards & Winery

8440 St. Helena Way, Rutherford




In addition to enjoying this vineyard’s sustainably farmed wine outdoors with your pet, you can bring your pooch into the tasting room at St. Supery Estate Vineyards & Winery. Your well-behaved dog can also enjoy treats at this dog-friendly winery in Rutherford.





Larson Family Winery

23355 Millerick Road, Sonoma

This family-owned winery is so canine-friendly, it created a dog-themed wine. Their Three Lab Cab is named for the owner’s three dogs, who often greet guests as they enter Larson Family Winery. The winery’s rustic tasting room welcomes furry guests, in addition to the green space surrounding the winery and the picnic area.










V. Sattui Winery

1111 White Lane, St. Helena

This historic Napa Valley winery is a great option for dog-lovers. You will enjoy the winery’s delicious organic offerings as your dog enjoys the beautiful outdoor area. And as long as you keep your dog on a leash, your furry friend can enjoy time in the tasting room and outdoor grounds year-round at V. Sattui Winery.



Tres Sabores

1620 South Whitehall Lane, St. Helena

Your pet will be in good company at this winery, whose owners allow their own dogs to walk the grounds. As your dog enjoys roaming the winery’s beautiful ranch, you’ll love the personalized service you receive at this reservation-only vineyard. During your time at Tres Sabores, you’ll enjoy a guided tour of the ranch, a look at the vineyards and a private wine tasting directed by the vineyard’s hospitality team.