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The Winery Dogs announce California, Las Vegas tour dates
- March 13, 2023
Band plans to add more dates
The Winery Dogs have announced a handful of California and Las Vegas tour dates for May 2023. The trek is part of the band’s 202III World Tour which has them trekking the greater US before heading off to Latin America and Europe .
“California (and Las Vegas), you’ve been patiently waiting and here they finally are!! May 202III,” the band shares on its socials. “Yes we realize there are A LOT of markets on the west coast we are missing (we see you AZ, CO, OR, WA, etc) but this was all we were able to squeeze in during the available window between Latin America and Europe (and the markets where the promoters stepped up with reasonable offers)…we are already talking of extending this tour into 2024 because of the great demand for shows, so fingers crossed we can get to you then. In the meantime, perhaps take a trip to us if we’re not making it to you! C-ya then…”
California dates start May 17th in Los Angeles with stops in Anaheim, Solana Beach, Ventura, San Francisco, Fresno and Roseville before wrapping May 28th in Las Vegas.
The power rock trio of vocalist Richie Kotzen, bassist Billy Sheehan and drummer Mike Portnoy released their third studio album, III, last month via the band’s Three Dog Music label with distribution by Burnside Distribution/The Orchard. Following in the footsteps of their first two albums, III was once again self-produced by The Winery Dogs and mixed by longtime band associate Jay Ruston. The album’s first single and video, “Xanadu,” was released in December with “ Mad World ” following in January.
III is the follow-up to the band’s critically acclaimed and Billboard-charting album, Hot Streak , which was released October 2, 2015 on Loud & Proud Records via RED, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. After landing in the top five on many of Amazon’s pre-order charts, including No. 1 on the Amazon BestSellers/Hard Rock chart and No. 1 on the Amazon Pre-Orders/Hard Rock Albums charts, it sold 30% more than their 2013 self-titled debut, landing them on various Billboard album charts including No. 2 on Top Current Alternative Albums, No. 5 on Top Current Hard Music and Top Hard Music Albums, No. 6 on Top Current Rock Albums and Album Core/Genre Rock,” No. 15 Top Current Physical Albums, No. 16 Top Current Albums, and No. 30 on the Top 200 Albums chart.
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THE WINERY DOGS Announce 'III' Album, Early 2023 Tour
The DOGS are finally back in town! THE WINERY DOGS , that is!
It's been, well, a literal dog's age since the vibrant powerhouse trio known as THE WINERY DOGS — guitarist/vocalist Richie Kotzen , bassist/vocalist Billy Sheehan and drummer/vocalist Mike Portnoy — marked their recording territory with new music. But now, following a seven-year break from the studio, THE WINERY DOGS are back in full force with their aptly named third album "III" , which is set for release on February 3, 2023 on the band's Three Dog Music label (via Burnside Distribution / The Orchard ). Following in the footsteps of their first two albums, "III" was once again produced by THE WINERY DOGS and mixed by longtime band associate Jay Ruston .
Pre-orders will be available starting Friday, December 9 on CD and all digital formats, which include an instant download of the album's first song to be released, "Xanadu" . A vinyl edition of "III" will also be forthcoming in just a few months.
While the all-out smokin' opening track and lead single "Xanadu" , title might evoke different imagery in more progressive-leaning listening circles, Kotzen 's zen-seeking, hard-rocking ruminations on "Xanadu" once again shine a light on the eternal power of good collaboration. "Coming out of the gates, that's a barnburner," acknowledges Portnoy . "It's one of the fiercest tracks on the album." Incidentally, eagle ears will also delight in picking up on how definitively Portnoy drops his drumsticks right as the song concludes. "At the end there, you're hearing me toss my sticks — not in frustration, but very much in satisfaction of what we had just done," he clarifies with a laugh.
From the clarion call for connection and societal understanding in "Mad World" to the door-opening personal realizations of "Breakthrough" to the undeniable muscle-flexing reign of the white-hot "Pharaoh" and the album-closing energy spillage of "The Red Wine" , all 50-plus minutes of "III" prove THE WINERY DOGS haven't lost a step when it comes to conjuring fresh hooks, gutbucket grooves, and bold harmonies.
That said, it's been a long road back to the collective compound for Kotzen , Sheehan and Portnoy . Back in 2015-16, they hit the road hard together to showcase their mettle as hardcore (you guessed it) road dogs in order to build upon the success of their well-received 2015 sophomore studio effort, "Hot Streak" , by touring all across the globe. Eventually, the seasoned trio returned to their respective corners to focus on various other projects for the ensuing next few years. But when that live itch needed another scratching, these three working musicians knew just what they had to do.
"We wanted to tour," Kotzen confirms succinctly of THE WINERY DOGS ' 22-date run in early 2019 that was appropriately dubbed "Who Let The Dogs Out" , before adding, "We had to get those cylinders firing together once again." Concurs Portnoy , "That was a fun little tour that reignited our enthusiasm — and that's also when we knew a third album was definitely in the cards." Adds Sheehan , "Getting back together like that was really refreshing. We could relax a bit and enjoy being together onstage, playing without any pressure. It was a beautiful thing."
Duly reinvigorated, THE WINERY DOGS were finally aligned to record again by initially ensconcing themselves together in Kotzen 's intimate, cozy home studio in Southern California to jam on new material that was mainly created in the moment during many hours of face-to-face musical interaction. Always the driven and intuitive songwriter, Kotzen displays a definitive M.O. whenever he's working out new songs in the studio by scatting melodies and putting forth short bursts of semi-improvised lines and phrases that will soon enough transform into sharply honed subject matter. "My attitude is this: when I'm in the studio creating new music, the last thing on my mind is, 'How am I gonna do it live?'" Kotzen admits. "The reality is, I may never get to where I'll do it live. What's relevant is getting the vision that's in my head, in my heart, and in my soul to come out of the speakers. If it gets to the point where the tour is booked, the dates are confirmed, and we all get back in the rehearsal room together, that's when you figure out, 'Okay, how do I interpret this in a way it can be delivered live, and still be the same song?'"
"III" is the follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed and Billboard -charting album "Hot Streak" , which was released October 2, 2015 on Loud & Proud Records via RED (a division of Sony Music Entertainment ). After landing in the Top Five on many of Amazon 's pre-order charts, including No. 1 on the Amazon BestSellers/Hard Rock chart and No. 1 on the Amazon Pre-Orders/Hard Rock Albums charts, it sold 30% more than their 2013 self-titled debut, landing them on various Billboard album charts including No. 2 on "Top Current Alternative Albums," No. 5 on "Top Current Hard Music" and "Top Hard Music Albums," No. 6 on "Top Current Rock Albums" and "Album Core / Genre Rock," No. 15 "Top Current Physical Albums," No. 16 "Top Current Albums," and No. 30 on the "Top 200 Albums" chart.
Upon its release, "Hot Streak" racked up rave reviews. Allmusic.com hailed, " 'Hot Streak' is the trio's second album, and its loose, friendly feel shows that the trio doesn't feel compelled to rely on instrumental pyrotechnics. The bluesy, soulful 'Think it Over' would appeal to those who admire THE ALLMAN BROTHERS , while 'Captain Love' shows that the band also has some hard rock energy to unleash, and the title track lets fly some of the technical proficiency that its members are known for." And GuitarInternational.com praised, " 'Hot Streak' picks up where their debut CD left off, but showcases the band coming into their own with straight-ahead rockers like 'Oblivion' , 'Captain Love' and 'Devil You Know' ."
"III" track listing:
01. Xanadu 02. Mad World 03. Breakthrough 04. Rise 05. Stars 06. The Vengeance 07. Pharaoh 08. Gaslight 09. Lorelei 10. The Red Wine
In addition to the new music, fans will also be excited to hear that THE WINERY DOGS is hitting the worldwide concert trail starting February 15 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania at the Palace Theatre for their "202III World Tour" . Ticket and VIP package info can be found on the band's official web site.
Check out THE WINERY DOGS at any of the following tour stops, with more to be announced in the coming weeks and posted on the band's web site and social media pages:
Feb. 15 - Greensburg, PA - Palace Theatre Feb. 16 - Jim Thorpe, PA - Penn's Peak Feb. 17 - Glenside, PA - The Keswick Theatre Feb. 18 - Patchogue, NY - Patchogue Theatre Feb. 21 - New York, NY - Sony Hall Feb. 22 - Annapolis, MD - Rams Head Live! Feb. 23 - Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom Feb. 25 - Ridgefield, CT - The Ridgefield Playhouse Feb. 26 - Derry, NH - Tupelo Music Hall Mar. 01 - Columbus, OH - King of Clubs Mar. 02 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre Mar. 05 - Green Bay, WI - Epic Event Center Mar. 06 - Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Café Mar. 09 - Milwaukee, WI - Pabst Theater Mar. 10 - St. Charles, IL - The Arcada Theatre Mar. 11 - Westland, MI - The Token Lounge Mar. 13 - Grand Rapids, MI - DeVos Hall Mar. 14 - Harrison, OH - Blue Note Mar. 17 - Dallas, TX - - Amplified Live Mar. 18 - Cedar Park, TX - The Haute Spot Mar. 19 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Ballroom Mar. 21 - New Orleans, LA - House of Blues Mar. 22 - Birmingham, AL - Iron City Mar. 24 - St. Petersburg, FL - Jannus Live Mar. 25 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Culture Room Mar. 26 - Orlando, FL - The Plaza Live Mar. 30 - Virginia Beach, VA - Elevation 27 Mar. 31 - Hopewell, VA - Hopewell Theatre Apr. 01 - Leesburg, VA - Tally Ho Theatre Apr. 02 - Charlotte, NC - The Underground Apr. 04 - Ashville, NC - Orange Peel Apr. 05 - Knoxville, TN - The Mill & Mine Apr. 06 - Nashville, TN - Brooklyn Bowl
Apr. 27 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil- Vivo Rio (with STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) Apr. 28 - Curitiba, Brazil - Tork n Roll (with SKID ROW) Apr. 30 - São Paulo, Brazil - Summer Breeze Festival
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The Winery Dogs... this may be the MOST talented 3 piece Rock Band around. Their live show really shows the power of these 3 players; Richie Kotzen, Mike Portnoy and Billy Sheehan. Although they only have one album out, they show promise when player unrecorded stuff that will likely be on their next album. Mixing in some Jimmy Hendrix, Ritchie's solo stuff and a crazy Bass Solo by Billy. They even played Shy Boy from Billy's former gig with David Lee Roth. Saw them at The Coach House. While the sound is great, seating is a bit challenging when try to give a standing ovation; Mass Dinner Style seating, elbow to elbow. Their harder rockin' songs really came alive and their ballads were powerful live. The studio album is great but to see them live will make you a fan forever!
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location; buffalo, ny
venue;the tralf music hall
date; july 5th 2016 8 p.m.
show opened with 'oblivion, from start to finish the crowd was hopping the band was kickin ass and rockin' hard, cheering from the crowd after and during every song, the never fail to please, and being Billy Sheehan was back home to his roots makes every trip back extra special, thanks winery dogs for another memorable evening. and thank you Bill for coming over to say hello to me, and be in a picture with me.
Um dos melhores shows que já vi, muito bom mesmo. O Portnoy tocando muito assim com Kotzen e Billy, realmente é um espetáculo de alto nível. Espero que voltem a BH em uma próxima turnê com mais um trabalho inédito para nós belorizontinos.
The concert was amazing, they never disappoint, the only problem was the venue. Here you pay for a ticket but that doesn't mean you will be able to see anything, even if you get to the venue when the doors are opening. As it happened.
Completely worth a road trip!!! Highly anticipated and we was completely impressed!!! Such a talented group of men. So much talent, and undulating passion on their stage. High energy from beginning to end!!!
Fantastic high energy show from both the band and audience. The Winery Dogs always bring it. Great set list which is the same they've had for most of this tour, but not a weak song in the bunch.
Impecable, outstanding!!! Haven't heard anybody sound better than them. This is the third time I've seen The Winery Dogs and they just keep getting better. Fan for life for sure!
Excelente concierto de una super banda de Rock, para poner un pero, el sonido no fue del todo bueno. Considero la Sala Apolo como una de las mejores salas, actualmente en Barcelona.
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10 Best Dog-friendly Wineries in Napa Valley
Visiting a Napa Valley winery is always a good time, but it’s an even better time when your trusty companion is by your side (or, at least at your feet). These days, a lot of people enjoy traveling to Wine Country with their pets, even if the destination is only an afternoon at a winery. That’s why we sniffed out these dog-friendly wineries in Napa Valley, where your pampered pet is allowed to join in the wine tasting festivities.
It’s important to note that at most pet-friendly wineries, your dog will need to remain leashed and won’t be allowed in the tasting room, wine cave, or cellar. However, as long as Fifi or Fido is well-behaved and considerate (no barking at other guests or dogs, please), these Napa wineries happily welcome you and your faithful four-legged friend to enjoy a taste of the good life, and maybe even a biscuit or two.
Where to Enjoy Pet-friendly Wine Tastings in Napa Valley
Tamber bey vineyards.
You and your dog will both enjoy saddling up to the picturesque Tamber Bey Vineyards located at Sundance Ranch in Calistoga, home to the largest horse facility in Napa Valley. While there, not only will you be able to sip Bordeaux-style blends and premium single-vineyard estate wines, but you can say hello to the horses, both high-performance Arabians, as well as some that have been rescued from abuse and neglect. Your dog will love it because there’s lots of outdoor space and even a dog park. Plus, they will get plenty of water and tasty food. Feeling left out? Don’t. At Tamber Bey you have the option of adding a cookie pairing to your tasting. Bone appetit!
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The Winery Dogs (Richie Kotzen, Billy Sheehan, Mike Portnoy) Announce New Album and 2023 US Tour
The trio hits the road in February in support of its third full-length LP
The Winery Dogs — the supergroup featuring singer-guitarist Richie Kotzen , bassist Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big, David Lee Roth), and drummer Mike Portnoy (Metal Allegiance, ex-Dream Theater) have announced a new album and 2023 US tour.
The extensive trek kicks off February 15th in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, and runs through April 6th in Nashville. Ticket pre-sales for select dates start Tuesday (November 22nd) at 10 a.m. ET using the code HEADLINE . Pick up tickets via Ticketmaster .
The outing launches shortly after the release of The Winery Dogs’ third full-length album, appropriately titled III . The opening track and lead single, “Xanadu,” will be available to those who pre-order the LP beginning December 9th.
While we can’t listen to the new song just yet, Portnoy describes it as a “barnburner.” Given the combined talent of the supergroup’s three virtuosos, we’ll take him for his word.
“It’s one of the fiercest tracks on the album,” Portnoy continued. “At the end there, you’re hearing me toss my sticks — not in frustration, but very much in satisfaction of what we had just done.”
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The Winery Dogs have been active off-and-on over the years. Following their 2015 sophomore album Hot Streak , the group went on hiatus before reuniting for shows in 2019. It was during that run of dates where the band realized “a third album was definitely in the cards,” according to Portnoy.
Added Sheehan: “Getting back together like that was really refreshing. We could relax a bit and enjoy being together onstage, playing without any pressure. It was a beautiful thing.”
Below you can see the tracklist and artwork for III , as well as the band’s upcoming tour dates. Get tickets here .
III Tracklist: 01. Xanadu 02. Mad World 03. Breakthrough 04. Rise 05. Stars 06. The Vengeance 07. Pharaoh 08. Gaslight 09. Lorelei 10. The Red Wine
The Winery Dogs’ 2023 US Tour Dates: 02/15 – Greensburg, PA @ Palace Theatre 02/16 – Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn’s Peak 02/17 – Glenside, PA @ The Keswick Theatre 02/18 – Patchogue, NY @ Patchogue Theatre 02/21 – New York, NY @ Sony Hall 02/22 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live! 02/23 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom 02/25 – Ridgefield, CT @ The Ridgefield Playhouse 02/26 – Derry, NH Tupelo @ Music Hall 03/01 – Columbus, OH @ King of Clubs 03/02 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre 03/05 – Green Bay, WI @ Epic Event Center 03/06 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line Music Café 03/09 – Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater 03/10 – St. Charles, IL @ The Arcada Theatre 03/11 – Westland, MI @ The Token Lounge 03/13 – Grand Rapids, MI @ DeVos Hall 03/14 – Harrison, OH @ Blue Note 03/17 – Dallas, TX @ Amplified Live 03/18 – Cedar Park, TX @ The Haute Spot 03/19 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live Ballroom 03/21 – New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues 03/22 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City 03/24 – St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live 03/25 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room 03/26 – Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live 03/30 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Elevation 27 03/31 – Hopewell, VA @ Hopewell Theatre 04/01 – Leesburg, VA @ Tally Ho Theatre 04/02 – Charlotte, NC @ The Underground 04/04 – Ashville, NC @ Orange Peel 04/05 – Knoxville, TN @ The Mill & Mine 04/06 – Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl
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9 Dog Friendly Wineries in California
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If you’re looking for dog friendly wineries in California that will roll out the red rug for your pooch, it is pretty easy to find them. Just whistle! You can dig up dozens that are pup-happy.
Do keep in mind that the emphasis is on friendly dogs and responsible, aware owners — translated, that means wagging tails at one end and you at the other with a poop bag and a leash.
Here are a few pooch friendly wineries to check out…
Dog Friendly California Wineries
Tablas Creek : At the ready with dog bowls and treats. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on tours and there are vineyard dogs to play with.
Oak Mountain Winery : Dogs on leashes are allowed into the tasting room. They hold many dog-themed charity events. They even have an entire label devoted to dogs (Windy Ridge) that supports groups that help diabetic and senior dogs from local animal shelters.
Photo courtesy of Oak Mountain Winery
Fess Parker Winery : Allows dogs to run free on its huge lawn, but be sure to bring water for you pal.
Zaca Mesa Winery: Relax with Fido at the picnic tables or while playing a game of chess on their life sized board. Or, take the pup on the hiking trail!
Photo courtesy of Zaca Mesa Winery
V. Sattui – Nice to pups year round, it also has a “Pamper your Pooch” day with treats, photos, contests and more.
Starmont Vineyards : They go all out and provide Frisbees, tennis balls and organic dog biscuits.
Alexander Valley Vineyards : Walkies here. They are a doggie benefactor too — they held their first AVV Going to the Dogs benefit for Sonoma County Animal Care and Control last year.
Topel Winery : Dogs can go into the tasting room, for sure, for a doggie treat. Topel even asks you to submit photos of you and your dog posing with their wines for the calendar it sells benefiting Healdsburg Animal Shelter.
Mutt Lynch Winery : “Bark Less, Wag More” is their motto. They donate part of every wine sale to rescue organizations. You can reserve space for yappy hours, puppy showers, and pet birthday parties.
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What about Gundlach-Bundschu? Gun-Bun always had dogs at the winery and a scattering of bungds around the grounds that guests could use to play fetch with the dogs.
Thanks for the recommendation, Frank! Cheers, Karen
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Seven Of Our Favorite Most Dog Friendly Wineries In Northern California
Taking time to stop and smell the roses.
As a dog lover and wine enthusiast, there’s nothing better than enjoying a glass of wine while surrounded by beautiful scenery and your furry best friend. Luckily, Northern California is home to some of the most dog-friendly wineries in the country. From stunning vineyards to pet-friendly tasting rooms, these wineries are sure to please both you and your pup.
As a 30 year veteran transformational guide and serial entrepreneur, my focus has always been on creating transformational experiences for people… AND their dogs.
Visiting the Embera With Our Dogs
As founders of Happy Tails Canine Adventure Tours we created an opportunity for people to travel with their dogs and really connect. The concept that was inspired when clients on a four day private camping tour to the San Blas Islands in Panama told us that although everything was amazing, our three dogs were the best part of the trip.
Destination Drivers is very dog friendly and clients are welcome to bring their canine sidekicks with them. Our mission is to provide a level of service that exceeds clients expectations and enhances their experience, even if that means making sure that your dog has such a good time that you get jealous.
DD David Blank and Sidekick for the Day, Slate
When clients ask if we’re dog friendly, our response is resoundingly yes! We tell them “We’ll even take them for a walk or hang out in the car with them if its too hot. Plus, we will even provide a “Dog-for-a-day” upon request.”
We do charge a small additional fee for a “dog-for-a-day”, 100% of which is donated to a local animal rescue that we work with, training their rescue dogs in preparation for future adoption.
Here’s our list of our favorite Most Dog Friendly Wineries In Northern California:
1. jessie’s grove winery.
Jessie’s Owner Greg Burns with Destination Drivers Co-Owner Claudia Fabrega
Our number one choice is simple – Jessie’s Grove Winery in Lodi, California.
Jessie’s Grove is a fifth generation farm that planted its first wine grapes in 1886. Those vines are still alive and producing – 25 acres of the oldest Cinsaut vines in the world.
Besides outstanding wines from grapes grown on over 200 acres from many old and ancient vines, we love the environment of Jessie’s Grove and their outstanding team.
But the number one reason that Jessie’s is our favorite dog friendly winery is that Greg Burns – winemaker, owner, and Great-Great Grandson of founder Joseph Spenker – is such an animal lover and good guy that he allowed us to bury our Cattle Dog, Dozer on the property when he passed away in 2020 at the age of 17.
Needless to say we are regular visitors of Jessie’s Grove. We buy a bottle of wine and then spend an afternoon at Dozer’s grave with our other two dogs, toasting the love and joy that Dozer, the amazing hitch hiking dog brought into our lives.
I say hitch-hiking because Dozer ran out in front of my truck on my way home from work in 2004 in Taos, New Mexico and when I got out to chase him away, he ran around me and jumped into the open door of my truck and made himself at home. In the next 16 years he and I and my other Cattle Dog Max traveled through 10 countries in North, Central and South America together.
So don’t miss a visit to Jessie’s Grove winery. A beautiful setting to enjoy great people with big hearts serving great wine.
2. Heritage Oak Winery
Margie & Riley Enjoying a day at Heritage Oak
Heritage oak is our second favorite dog friendly winery. Besides great food and a welcoming staff, Heritage Oak has a walking trail that goes down to the Mokelumne River, a beautiful relaxing 25 minute stroll through the vineyards and old oak trees that ends on the river with several beautiful beaches to relax and enjoy a picnic and bottle of wine.
With over 100 acres of vineyards on their estate farmed using sustainable farming practices, Heritage Oak Winery produces a variety of award-winning wines that showcase the unique characteristics of the Lodi appellation. Heritage Oak Winery uses cover crops, composting, and natural pest control methods to reduce their impact on the environment and promote healthy soil and vine growth.
Dogs Dozer & Margie with DD Co-owner Claudia and Heritage Oak Co-Owner Carmela
Visitors can enjoy tastings of the winery’s award-winning wines, including Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The tasting room is dog-friendly, so visitors can bring their furry friends to enjoy the beautiful surroundings as well.
Owner Tom Hoffman is an outstanding wine-maker and has a large selection of exceptional wines. His tasting room staff, primarily Hailey and Abby are friendly, knowledgable and welcoming, and Cusco the small black winery dog is always there to greet visitors.
Riley and DD Co-owner David Blank
I f all this weren’t enough, we have a soft spot for Heritage Oak Winery because the newest addition to our canine family, Riley the McNabb found us at Heritage Oak. Claudia and I were there picking figs from Tom’s enormous fig tree with our other dogs Dozer and Margie in October of 2019. Riley popped his head out from under a branch and instantly he and Margie began to play. He was a stray who just showed up. Like Dozer and Margie before him (Margie ran out in front of my truck looking for a ride at 2 months old in 2008 in the Republic of Panama), Riley seemed to be hitching a ride, and when Tom said he was a stray that needed a home, we invited him along for a ride and he’s been hanging with us ever since.
3. M2 Winery
M2 Winery Co-owner Karen Montgomery
Number 3 on our list is M2 Winery, a boutique winery located in Lodi, California, that produces a variety of premium wines that reflect the unique terroir of the Lodi appellation. Winemaker and Co-owner Layne Montgomery and his wife Karen are big animal lovers and over the years they’ve produced many outstanding wines, some of which donate a large percentage of the proceeds to animal rescue. In addition to producing high-quality wines, M2 Wines is also known for their dog-friendly tasting room and outdoor patio, making it a great destination for wine lovers who want to bring their furry friends along for the ride.
One of the unique features of M2 Wines was their “Doggone Good Wine Club,” a wine club specifically designed for dog lovers. Members of the club received quarterly shipments of dog-friendly wines, which are produced using grapes that are safe for dogs to consume. The wines are also packaged in a dog-friendly format, with labels that feature dog-themed artwork and fun names such as “Tail Wagger” and “Furry Friend.” A portion of the proceeds from the Doggone Good Wine Club are donated to local animal rescue organizations, making it a great way to support a good cause while enjoying great wine.
M2’s Vicky & Denise and “Dogs For The Day” Dozer & Margie
In addition to tastings, M2 Wines also offers a variety of events and experiences for visitors, including private tastings, vineyard tours, and food and wine pairing events. The winery also hosts a popular “Yappy Hour” event, where visitors can bring their dogs to the tasting room and enjoy wine, snacks, and socializing with other dog owners. They also have live bands all summer in their unique tasting room. Come out with your pup, buy a bottle and hang out on the lawn while enjoying live music. There’s a different food truck every week providing outstanding eats, or bring a picnic of your own.
Overall, M2 Winery is a great destination for dog loving wine lovers who want to enjoy high-quality wines in a dog-friendly environment. The winery’s commitment to sustainable farming practices, unique dog-friendly wine club, and welcoming atmosphere make it a standout in the Lodi wine region.
4. Mutt Lynch Winery
Number 4 on our list is Mutt Lynch Winery. As the name suggests, Mutt Lynch Winery in Windsor, California is a dog-friendly winery that is all about dogs. The winery produces unique, dog-themed wines and hosts fun events that celebrate our furry friends. From the moment you step inside the tasting room, you know that this is a place where dogs are welcomed with open arms.
The tasting room features a dog-friendly wine bar, and the outdoor patio is the perfect spot to relax with your furry companion. Dogs are welcome inside the tasting room as well as on the outdoor patio, and water bowls are provided to ensure that your pup stays hydrated. The winery even has a “Pup Club,” where you can sign up to receive dog-related goodies and discounts on wine.
One of the highlights of Mutt Lynch Winery is its unique wine labels. Each label features a dog-related theme, such as “Unleashed Chardonnay” or “Merlot Over and Play Dead.” The winery’s founder, Brenda Lynch, is a dog lover and animal rescue advocate, and many of the wines are named after dogs she has rescued.
In addition to its dog-friendly atmosphere and unique wine labels, Mutt Lynch Winery also hosts a variety of events throughout the year that celebrate our furry friends. One of the most popular events is the “Dog Days of Summer” festival, which features live music, food trucks, and a dog costume contest. The winery also hosts “Yappy Hour” events, where you can sip wine with your pup and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Happiness! New friends Emma and “Wine Dog For A Day” Margie!
Mutt Lynch Winery is more than just a fun place to bring your dog. The winery also produces high-quality wines that are sure to please any wine lover. The winery produces a variety of red, white, and rosé wines, including a popular Zinfandel called “Out of Reach.” The winery also produces a unique blend called “Portrait of a Mutt,” which is a blend of Zinfandel, Syrah, and Petite Sirah.
One of the things that sets Mutt Lynch Winery apart from other wineries is its commitment to animal rescue. The winery donates a portion of its proceeds to animal rescue organizations, and they often partner with local shelters to host adoption events. In addition, the winery’s “Portrait of a Mutt” blend features a different rescue dog on each vintage, and a portion of the proceeds goes to the rescue organization that helped that dog.
If you’re a dog lover and a wine lover, Mutt Lynch Winery is a must-visit destination in Northern California. From its dog-friendly atmosphere to its unique wines and commitment to animal rescue, this winery is a great place to relax with your furry friend while enjoying a glass of wine. And who knows, you might just leave with a new favorite wine and a greater appreciation for our furry companions.
5. Matanzas Creek Winery
Number 5 is Matanzas Creek Winery, a beautiful winery located in Sonoma County. Known for producing high-quality wines, Matanzas offers visitors a truly unique experience. Not only is the winery beautiful and dog friendly, but it is also a lavender farm, with a stunning landscape of lavender fields and vineyards. They harvest and sell lavender based products. It’s a great destination for wine lovers who want to bring their furry friends along for the ride.
Matanzas Creek Winery includes the use of biodynamic and organic methods. The winery is focused on sustainability and is dedicated to preserving the surrounding ecosystem, which is home to a variety of wildlife, including bobcats, mountain lions, and coyotes.
Visitors to Matanzas Creek Winery can enjoy a variety of experiences, including tastings, tours, and picnics. The winery’s dog-friendly policy means that visitors can bring their dogs along for the ride, making it a great destination for wine-loving dog owners. Well behaved dogs are welcome on the winery’s outdoor patio and in the tasting room.
Couples Day at Matanzas
One of the highlights of a visit to Matanzas Creek Winery is the opportunity to explore the winery’s beautiful lavender fields. The fields, which cover more than five acres of the winery’s estate, are in full bloom from May through July and are a sight to behold. Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the fields, learn about the different varieties of lavender that are grown on the property, and even purchase lavender products in the winery’s gift shop that are produced by local artisans.
The winery’s commitment to sustainability is also evident in its architecture. The tasting room and other buildings on the property are constructed using recycled materials, and the winery’s solar panels generate much of the energy used on the property. In addition, the winery’s wastewater is treated using a constructed wetland system, which helps to filter the water naturally and return it to the environment.
Matanzas Creek Winery produces a variety of wines, including Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The winery is particularly known for its award-winning Merlot, which is made using grapes grown in the Bennett Valley AVA of Sonoma County. The winery also produces a limited-edition lavender-infused wine, which is a must-try for visitors to the winery.
6. Story Winery
Story Winery in Plymouth, California is a dog-friendly winery that offers a unique and special experience for visitors and their furry companions. The winery is located in the beautiful Sierra Foothills, and is surrounded by vineyards and overlooking the Cosumnes River.
One of the things that make Story Winery unique is their genesis. Owned by two partners – David & Giorgi – both originally from the European country of Georgia, they offer tastings and sales of wines that they make locally from regionally grown grapes, as well as wines from their winery back home in Georgia! Its a fantastic multi-continental experience. While they have a variety of Zinfandel, a grape variety that is well-suited to the climate and soil of the Sierra Foothills. The winery produces a range of wines from other varietals such as Barbera and Primitivo. Their wines are known for their bold, rich flavors and unique character.
Simba welcoming guests
In addition to their excellent wines, Story Winery also has a welcoming and cozy tasting room that is adorned with rustic decor and antiques. Visitors can relax on the patio or inside the tasting room while sipping on their wines and enjoying the beautiful scenery. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and they are happy to answer any questions about the winery and the wines.
One of the most beloved features of Story Winery is their resident winery dog, Simba the Rottweiler. Simba is friendly and playful who loves to greet two AND four legged visitors and make new friends. He can often be found lounging on the patio or playing with his favorite toy, and he always brings a smile to everyone’s face. When we go with our dogs Riley and Margie, they are both eager to play with Simba.
Overall, Story Winery is a must-visit destination for wine lovers and dog owners alike. With their excellent wines, charming tasting room, and lovable winery dog, it’s no wonder why the winery has become a favorite among locals and tourists alike.
7. Bella Grace Winery
Co-owner Charlie teaching pruning as Lucy watches
Bella Grace Winery is a family-owned and operated winery located in Plymouth, California that welcomes dogs and their owners to come and experience their beautiful property and award-winning wines. The winery is nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, surrounded by rolling hills and vineyards that provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing wine tasting experience. Its a fantastic place to end the day, tasting wines and olive oils outside of their wine cave while overlooking the valley.
Winery dog Lucy the Golden-Doodle and part timer Jack the Black Lab are always anxious to greet visitors, especially on food truck days.
Bella Grace Winery is unique in that they use only sustainably grown grapes to make their wines, which are all estate-grown and handcrafted in small batches. They produce a wide variety of wines, including Chardonnay, Viognier, Barbera, Zinfandel, Syrah, and more, all of which have earned critical acclaim for their exceptional quality and distinctive character.
The tasting room at Bella Grace Winery is warm and welcoming, with a charm that reflects the winery’s commitment to sustainable farming and traditional winemaking methods. Visitors can sample the winery’s current releases, chat with the friendly and knowledgeable staff, and learn more about the winery’s history and winemaking process.
DD David and K-9 Guest
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5 Dog Friendly Wineries in Sonoma, California
- By Amy at GoPetFriendly.com
- June 26, 2023
Would you like to tour dog friendly wineries in Sonoma County, California? Then read on. Here are 5 particularly pet friendly wineries along with several others that also welcome dogs on the grounds. You’re sure to find some spots everyone will love!
Located only an hour north of San Francisco, the Sonoma Valley is a great place to enjoy a pet friendly California vacation. And in recent years, wineries throughout Sonoma County have become more pet friendly.
In fact, many of the county’s over 400 wineries now welcome four-legged visitors. And some even offer special activities, like hiking. Others allow dogs to come inside the tasting room with you. And all the wineries listed here at least let your pet join you for a tasting on the patio.
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What To Know Before You Go
If you have never been to a vineyard or tasting room, here are a few tips to help you make the most of your visit:
Reserve Your Spot
While some vineyards can take walk-ins, most require you to make reservations for a tasting in advance. When you call to make your reservation, tell them you’re bringing your pet. That way you’ll get the most up-to-date pet policies.
Most Tastings Cost Money
In popular wine regions, like Sonoma County, free tastings are mostly a thing of the past. Occasionally you’ll find a winery that will refund the tasting fee if you buy a certain amount of wine.
Use The Spit Bucket
Sadly, pets are not allowed on bus and limo tours of local wineries. So you’ll have to do the driving. But don’t put yourself or your pets in danger. Go ahead and use the offered spit bucket to sample wines without risking impairment.
Or better yet, assign a designated driver. And make sure you buy them a bottle to enjoy later!
Drinking plenty of water, getting something to eat, or packing a picnic will also help if you’re doing tastings at more than a couple of wineries in a day.
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Temptations For Your Dog
If your dog is already comfortable dining on a pet friendly patio, you might think visiting a winery will be similar. But remember, vineyards are farms.
Biodynamic wineries usually have farm animals on site that help them maintain the grounds. And some vineyard owners have dogs of their own. If your dog would be upset by these encounters, be sure to ask about other animals on the grounds when making your reservations.
Some wineries also have fun activities, like games available. If your dog loves chasing moving objects, a winery with bocce courts might not be the best one to visit.
5 Dog Friendly Wineries In The Sonoma Valley
Now that you know what to expect, here’s the scoop on dog friendly wineries in Sonoma. The wineries described below are some of our favorites for welcoming dogs on their beautiful grounds.
Of course, there are far more pet friendly wineries in Sonoma! So, if you don’t see something that appeals to you, scroll down to the next section for a list of more options.
Lambert Bridge Winery
Lambert Bridge is a paradise for wine connoisseurs and canines alike. This hidden gem offers exceptional limited-production wines, savory food, a peaceful garden, and a relaxing picnic area where you and your dog can hang out together. Lambert Bridge is one of the most dog friendly wineries in the valley.
Although pets are not allowed inside the tasting room, well-behaved companions can enjoy the rest of the beautiful property as honored guests. And the staff usually has water bowls and treats waiting for canine guests!
Bartholomew Estate Winery
Just a few blocks east of the historic Sonoma Plaza, Bartholomew Estate Winery sits on a 400-acre preserve. The estate offers a 3-mile hiking trail through wooded groves and vineyards where on a clear day trail walkers can see San Francisco. Hikers are also treated to a wide variety of native California trees including oak, redwood, manzanita, and madrone.
You are welcome to hike with your dog. But you must keep your dog on a leash and pick up after them. Pack a lunch and a treat for your buddy and picnic on the winery grounds when you return from your journey through the preserve. Dogs can also join you in the tasting room and museum.
Mutt Lynch Winery
The winery motto at Mutt Lynch is “Bark Less, Wag More.” And they are consistently voted the most dog friendly winery in the Bay Area.
This winery donates a portion of every sale to animal rescue organizations and constantly sponsors and hosts charity events like the highly anticipated Dog Days of Summer Open House.
Mutt Lynch patrons can reserve yappy hours, puppy showers, bark mitzvahs, and birthday parties for their pets to socialize with friends while the humans sample some tasty Healdsburg wine.
This winery has two pet friendly locations—the downtown Sonoma tasting room and the vineyard in the valley.
The downtown site is perfect if you enjoy people watching on the busy square. And the tables are shaded by umbrellas.
The vineyard location gives more room to stretch your legs. And both sites offer pet friendly seating in the winter with patio heaters.
Kunde Family Winery
Your dog can join you on most tasting experiences offered at this winery. The one exception is the Mountain Top Tour & tasting.
Several times a year, Kunde Family Winery offers an estate dog hike. Followed by wine tasting and lunch, the event supports local nonprofit animal rescues from its profits. What could be better than enjoying delicious wine and food while helping local pets in need?!
More Sonoma Dog Friendly Wineries And Vineyards
Are you eager to find more dog friendly wineries in Sonoma County? Search GoPetFriendly.com for Cloverdale , Glen Ellen , Healdsburg , Kenwood , Petaluma , Sonoma , and Santa Rosa and choose “Activities” to see all the options. That’s also where you’ll find the pet friendly lodgings, campgrounds, restaurants, and more you’ll need during your trip!
Or check out these pet friendly wineries in Sonoma County, California’s Wine Country:
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Winery dogs have amazing lives—meeting visitors, sniffing smells, and exploring endless estates. Wouldn’t you like to give your pup a taste of that experience during your vacation?
Then check out the beautiful landscapes of the Sonoma Valley while sampling its delicious wines! It’s guaranteed to be a fun vacation for you and your pet.
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