Duckhorn Portfolio Wine Blog
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It’s easy to love both dogs and wine, though many times to enjoy both you’ll be sipping at home. Today more and more wineries are allowing some outdoor seating to accommodate well-behaved pups. This post is dedicated to each of our dog-friendly winery locations that welcome our four-legged friends!
Goldeneye, Anderson Valley
At Goldeneye, we have an incredible outdoor patio area that allows us to cater to dogs and their owners in the beauty of the Anderson Valley. While guests enjoy the view of our Confluence vineyard backdrop and a flight of Pinot Noir, their furry companions are welcome to endless bowls of water and all of the same sights and smells of the Mendocino coast. Goldeneye welcomes all well-behaved dogs on leash on our outdoor patio – there are leashes available for purchase in the tasting room for anyone who wants a keepsake too! Here are a few pics of our own winery dogs, Sam and Sheamus:
Paraduxx, Napa Valley
At Paraduxx, our outdoor courtyard is nestled next to Rector Creek vineyard that allows guests a relaxing outdoor experience with a quintessential wine country view. This space is where we’re able to host wine lovers and their dogs in our lovely Napa Valley location. While guests enjoy the serenity of the vineyards and a lineup of Napa Valley Blends, their dogs are welcome to lots of water and lounging in the comfort of the peaceful shade of the courtyard. Paraduxx welcomes all well-behaved dogs on leash in our outdoor space – there are also logo’d leashes available for purchase in the tasting room! Check out our ambassador winery dog, Lando at Paraduxx:
At Calera, we are nestled on Mt. Harlan with sweeping views of the Cienega Valley. The wonderful outdoor space with amazing views, allow us to cater to dogs and their owners at our winery estate. While guests enjoy the view and a flight of Pinot Noir, dogs are welcome to enjoy water and the relaxing outdoors of the Hollister Hills. Calera welcomes all well-behaved dogs on leash in our outdoor space. Say hi to our ambassador winery dog, Nina at Calera:
All of these locations are perfect to consider when choosing a dog-friendly winery for your next wine tasting!