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A lot of vineyards welcome dogs, and with the vast outdoor spaces, your dog is sure to enjoy the day there as much as you. If you don't see your favorite dog-friendly wineries here, email me at info@radpup.com and I'll add them!

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    Kunde Family Estate

    Not only is this place completely dog-friendly, but the owners also lead dog hikes a few times per year, which include lunch and a tasting.

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    Ram's Gate Winery

    This winery is yuppy at its finest. Dogs are not allowed in the indoor areas (including the tasting area), but there is a back patio with a few wicker arm chairs where you can hang out with your pup, as well as a grassy picnic area by the lake where the dogs can play.

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    Bartholomew Park Winery

    This is a prime spot to spend an afternoon with your pup. It’s very dog-friendly inside and out, with a nice tasting room, a grassy picnic area offering sun and shade, and a few miles worth of beautiful hiking trails.

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    Nicholson Ranch Winery

    A beautiful spot with plenty of outdoor space for your dogs to run around while you taste their wonderful Chardonnays and Pinots. This would also be the perfect stop for a picnic on your wine country day.

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    Larson Family Winery

    Very dog-friendly, inside and out, with a large backyard where you can play various lawn games. We didn’t love the wine here, but with names like “Three Lab Cab”, at least they’re fun to drink with your pup.

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    Sebastiani Vineyards

    This vineyard is just a few blocks off Sonoma Square, and seems to pop up out of nowhere in a very residential area. Dogs are welcome in the tasting room, and there are also some nice grounds where you can stroll with your pup.

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    Jacuzzi

    Dogs are not technically allowed inside the tasting room, but there is a great courtyard with a few tables where dogs are welcome, as well as a nice patio out back by their famous Neptune fountain, overlooking the vineyards.

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    Imagery Estate Winery

    This is one of the most dog-friendly wineries we’ve been to. There’s a great grassy area outside where dogs can run around (while you play bocce), and they’re also allowed welcomed the winery.

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    Mayo Family Winery

    Your dog will feel right at home with the resident dogs at the property. They’re welcome inside the tasting room, and there’s also a backyard area with picnic tables where they can play while you have lunch.

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    Paradise Ridge Winery

    Super dog-friendly (indoors and out), and a beautiful spot to hang out with wine and a picnic, overlooking layers of vineyards. Be sure to check out their sculpture garden too, where their famous “LOVE” statue is housed.