Dog-Friendly Wineries

If you’re looking for a fun day out with your furry friend, you can’t go wrong with a trip to one of these dog-friendly wineries in Washington. Whether you prefer to explore the vineyards of Eastern Washington or enjoy an urban experience in Seattle, these wineries offer a great selection of wines and a warm welcome to you and your four-legged companion. 

Kiona Vineyards

Benton City

Situated in Benton City, Kiona Vineyards boasts breathtaking views of Red Mountain, offering the perfect backdrop to enjoy one of its signature glasses of wine, including its flagship Cabernet Sauvignon-dominant Reserve. For those who don’t want to drink alone, pups are allowed on the outside patio, perfect for a tasting on a warm summer day. Kiona Vineyards is a big fan of dogs and has clean water bowls, shaded areas and treats readily available for its furry visitors. (Kiona is family-friendly, too.) For more information, visit

Alexandria Nicole Cellars


Alexandria Nicole Cellars, one of the most popular dog-friendly wineries in Washington, offers a relaxing atmosphere where you can enjoy excellent glasses with your furry friends in Paterson. The winery overlooks the scenic Horse Heaven Hills and features a spacious outdoor area where dogs are welcome if accompanied by a leash. Pet companions can also join guests who opt to stay at Alexandria Nicole Cellars Tiny Homes as long as they are potty trained and under 40 pounds (A $50 non-refundable pet fee is charged during a stay in the tiny homes.). For more information, visit


Elsom Cellars


A female-owned and -operated winery in Seattle, Elsom Cellars is one of the few dog-friendly wineries in Washington dedicated to producing exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroir of the urban side of the Pacific Northwest. With a commitment to quality and sustainability, Elsom Cellars has gained a reputation for its wines and memorable tasting experiences, including visits to its tasting room and grounds with your pups. Be sure to snap a few pics for the ‘gram and tag the cellar (@elsomcellars) to be included in its weekly roundup of #winerydogs. For more information, visit

Northwest Cellars Winery


Grab the pups and head to Kirkland for a day at Northwest Cellars Winery, an award-winning cellar with a robust tasting menu. Your four-legged friends will enjoy their visit to the grounds as one of the few vineyards that allow leashed dogs throughout both the tasting room and outdoor patio. In addition to walks with a glass of wine in hand, Northwest Cellars Winery has bowls of clean water and endless amounts of treats for the goodest boys and girls. For more information, visit


Spoiled Dog Winery


Inspired by its love for pups and wine, Spoiled Dog Winery in Langley is a tasting room that welcomes even the hairiest of guests, including cat companions. Be sure to grab your pet’s leash and prepare to enjoy a leisurely walk through the winery’s vineyards with a sip of your favorite red or white glass. After a stroll through the lavish grounds, guests can retreat to the patio for an outdoor wine tasting with their pets by their side. Visitors can bring their own picnics and snacks to enjoy during their time at Spoiled Dog Winery, where bowls of food and water are provided for pets. For more information, visit

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