Eddie, the J.L. Kiff Vineyard dog
Eddie, the J.L. Kiff Vineyard dog

Looking to hit the tasting rooms this weekend but don’t want to leave your pup behind? We put together a comprehensive list of every dog-friendly winery in wine country to make building your itinerary a breeze!

Some wineries, due to strictly indoor tasting rooms and allergy issues, are unfortunately not able to welcome dogs into their space. It’s a good idea to plan your visit ahead of time if you want to bring your pup along for the fun. Luckily, Yamhill-Carlton AVA has several wineries that can welcome our four-legged friends. 

The Pacific Northwest is known for welcoming and accommodating pets, with Oregon consistently being in the top ten most pet-friendly states in the Nation. Making you and your pet feel welcome has become a point of pride amongst bars, restaurants, tasting rooms, and hotels in the area. Willamette Valley wineries, most of whom have dogs of their own, are fighting hard to make the region an inclusive destination for you and your furry friend. Some dog-friendly wineries include Tendril Wine Cellars, Saffron Fields Vineyard, J.L. Kiff Vineyard, and Chris James Cellars

For the complete list of Yamhill-Carlton AVA’s doggo approved locations, click HERE!

Click HERE to browse the complete list of Yamhill-Carlton AVA’s doggo approved locations!