Pet Friendly Wineries in Missouri

Defiance Ridge Vineyards, Defiance

Panoramic vistas of the Missouri River Valley, a serene lake, a flourishing vineyard and beautiful gardens— Defiance Ridge Vineyards is a little piece of paradise. They boast many different types of wines. However, the best wines offered by them are the wide range of Missouri and west coast varietals. They have several options when it comes to wine tasting sessions, with both, reserve and non-reserve wines on their menu. Defiance Ridge Vineyards is a dog friendly winery. So, if your little darling is well behaved, you can take him/her along with you when you visit this winery. We bet s/he would enjoy the ambiance of the place almost as much as you would.

Stone Hill Winery, Hermann

Established in 1847, Stone Hill Winery is not just a winery, it is a part of history. Thought to be the oldest winery in Missouri, they also hold the record of winning the highest number of awards that can be won by a winery. It is a family owned and operated winery with about 200 acres of vineyard that grows the grapes required to make the wines produced by them. The winery churns out as many as 30 varieties of luscious wines. They also have a restaurant on their property that offers multiple cuisines from around the world. Stone Hill Winery is a pet friendly winery. Leashed dogs are welcome on their grounds. However, furkids are not allowed to accompany their pawrents in the tasting room.

Chaumette Vineyards and Winery, Genevieve

Visiting a winery is not just about tasting some delicious wines, it is about the whole experience. Chaumette Vineyards and Winery offers just that— a wonderful experience filled with good food, great wine and live music. It is located in a scenic place that just adds to the whole experience. Visitors can enjoy gourmet sandwiches and other snacks along with their delectable signature wines. After that, visitors can go hiking at one of the hiking trails nearby. This huge place also offers fine dining and accommodation options. They also have a gift shop and an art gallery. Chaumette Vineyards and Winery is one of the best dog friendly wineries in the area. However, the doggos would have to be leashed at all times. They are allowed in almost all the outdoor areas including the patio.

Bias Vineyards & Winery, Berger

Bias Vineyards & Winery is a small family-owned winery that produces a limited number of red and white wines. The wines are not the only reason to visit this winery. The beautiful surroundings and the good hospitality are all part of the experience. They also have a microbrewery in their premises where you can taste some of the most delicious beers in the state. Bias Vineyards & Winery is thought to be the first in Missouri, and second in the country, to operate as a winery and a microbrewery at the same time. Bias Vineyards & Winery is one of those wineries that allow dogs in its premises. Well behaved pooches on a leash are welcome to join their pawrents on a visit to this winery.

Disclaimer: Due to Covid-19 related restrictions, the services and business hours of some of the places mentioned above may be different than usual.