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Washington Wine Country

From Woodinville to Wenatchee, Walla Walla to the Yakima Valley, Washington is celebrated for its wine. It is also celebrated for its love of dogs.
Written by Kate Hudson | Photography by Julie Clegg
Here at CityDog Magazine, we love wine and we love dogs, so we started scratching the surface to find all of the state’s wineries that welcome your canine companion (check out Woodinville Wine Country, featuring over 40 dog-friendly wineries in the Woodinville area). Here are some more...

Airfield Estates Winery
560 Merlot Drive, Prosser, Wash.
Located in the heart of the Yakima Valley, Airfield Estates happily welcomes leashed, well-behaved and well-socialized dogs. Canine companions are invited to hang out in the tasting room, on the patio and elsewhere on the grounds—just check with the staff as the winery dogs may also be on premise.

Apex Cellars
357 Port Street, Prosser, Wash.
This winery is celebrated for making whites and reds that are equally amazing. The team at Apex Cellars greets leashed pups inside the facility with a treat and water dish—just keep it classy by scooping your dog’s poop.

Bonair Winery


500 South Bonair Road, Zillah, Wash. 


At Bonair Winery, Bung the Wonder Dog greets human wine tasters and four-legged friends alike. The winery boasts a large, grassy area, so grab a glass or two from the tasting room and meet your dog on the lawn for an afternoon picnic.

Boudreaux Cellars
4551 Icicle Creek Rd. Leavenworth, Wash.
Boudreaux Cellars is one of the most unique wineries in Washington state. Nestled in the Cascade Mountains near Leavenworth, and totally off the grid, this small winery produces beautiful wines and also welcomes your best friend.

 
Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery
1 Vineyard Way, Wenatchee, Wash.
“Faire le pont” is a French term used when a holiday falls mid-week and you are having such a great time you decide to extend it through the weekend … faire le pont! Starting in April, Chateau Faire Le Pont hosts a Yappy Hour every Friday and Sunday.

Cultura Wine


601 Highland Drive, Zillah, Wash. 


Known for its Bordeaux style reds, Cultura likes to think of itself as a pit stop for wine tasters and dogs to
rest and refuel. The only request? Dogs must remain on leash while on the property.

Gamache Vinters
505 Cabernet Ct., Prosser, Wash.
Founded in 1982, Gamache Vinters knows Washington wine from lush and well-balanced reds to refreshing whites, including special wines from its heritage and library collections. A very dog-friendly establishment, sip on Old World style wines while your pup snacks on dog treats.

Maryhill Winery


9774 Highway 14, Goldendale, Wash. 

Maryhill is a robust winery with a tasting room, reserve room, vine-covered outdoor terrace and event amphitheater. Leashed, well-mannered dogs are welcome anywhere on the property and help yourself to the complimentary poo bags.

Paradisos Del Sol


3230 Highland Drive, Zillah, Wash. 


Paradisos Del Sol makes it easy for dog owners to enjoy wine tasting with a line outside that Fido can be clipped to while humans head into the tasting room. The winery provides water at all times along with facilities for picnicking and space for dogs to romp.

Sleeping Dog Wines
45804 N Whitmore PR NW, Benton City, Wash.
Aptly named, Sleeping Dog is home to Jet, the canine “valet,” who greets friendly mutts that visit this dog-loving winery. Sleeping Dog’s website shares, “Throughout this journey, there has been a canine associate providing amusement, companionship and oversight…Besides, we happen to like dogs and the name just seemed to work!”

Steppe Cellars


1991 Chaffee Road, Sunnyside, Wash. 


Steppe Cellars is a family run winery made up of second-generation farmers. Dogs can often be spotted on leash in the picnic area and running off leash in the cherry orchard next door to the winery.

Two Mountain Winery


2151 Cheyne Road, Zillah, Wash. 


Two Mountain produces everything from Rosé to Syrah with the help of resident winery dogs. Canine companions are invited to run, play and dig in the orchard or lay in the grass, but they must be on leash once inside.

More Dog-Friendly Washington Wineries
Agate Field Vineyard
Alexandria Nicole Cellars
AntoLin Cellars
Claar Cellars
Daven Lore Winery
Dineen Vineyards
Gilbert Cellars
Horizon’s Edge Winery
Hyatt Vineyards
J Bell Cellars and Lavender
Kana Winery
Kestrel Vintners
Knight Hill Winery
Milbrandt Vineyards
Naches Heights Vineyard
Pontin Del Roza Winery
Reflection Vineyards
Silver Lake Winery
Stems
Sun City Wine Tours
Tanjuli Winery
Tapteil Vineyard
The Tasting Room at Wilridge
Thurston-Wolfe Winery
Treveri Cellars
VineHeart Winery

Visit winedoggies.com for more dog-friendly wineries in the Yakima Valley along with lodging, dining and other establishments for your travel hound.

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