Pet Friendly Wineries in Washington

JM Cellars, Woodinville

The earthy tones of the JM Cellars’ tasting room blends in perfectly with its natural surroundings full of greenery. This tranquil place is so stunning and charming that it is often used as a venue for weddings and other social events. Launched in 1999, the founder of this winery had formally studied the art and science of wine making and has a passion for creating wines that would be appreciated by wine lovers. Hence, at this place, you would find some of the best wines ever. JM Cellars is a dog friendly winery. So, you don’t need to leave your furkid behind at home or the hotel when you visit this winery. In fact, they are welcome to accompany you inside. The winery has been built on a 7-acre property. There are a number of walking/hiking trails nearby. You and your pet can easily go for a nice stroll amidst nature before or after you indulge in some wine tasting.

Northwest Cellars Winery, Kirkland

Established in 2004, Northwest Cellars Winery strives to provide high-quality wines at reasonable prices. On request, they even provide personalized wine labels. It is situated in a beautiful location surrounded by a lot of greenery. The contemporary interiors and sleek furniture of the tasting room give off vibrant yet laid back vibes, creating the perfect ambiance for sipping on some amazing wines. It is one of those wineries that allow dogs to tag along with their humans. And well behaved dogs are welcome in the tasting room as well. So, you don’t need to think twice about visiting this winery, even when you are traveling with a pet. Other than all the delicious wines, the best thing about Northwest Cellars Winery is that they support a number of local rescue groups.

Spoiled Dog Winery, Langley

Located in a beautiful serene farm setting, Spoiled Dog Winery was established in 2003. The grapes for making their wines are sourced from some of the best vineyards in Washington and Oregon. When you’re traveling through the state of Washington with your pet and are looking for dog friendly wineries, then Spoiled Dog Winery is a place that you just can’t afford to miss. After all, it has been named after the owner’s two dogs. A third pupper was added to the pack recently. So, you can expect them to be hospitable towards dogs. However, your dog would have to be on a leash at all times. Also, they organize the “Spoiled Dog” contest that gives you a chance to win free wine and get featured on their website.

Patterson Cellars, Woodinville

The wines, the foods, the service, and the interiors & exteriors of the tasting rooms — everything about Patterson Cellars screams awesomeness. It is a place where you would not only get to taste some of the most delicious wines ever but also learn about pairing of different types of wines with different types of foods. This is especially helpful if you are a wine novice and want to learn about the best ways to enjoy some great wine. Patterson Cellars is a pet friendly winery. So, you can bring along your doggo while visiting one of their tasting rooms. Dogs are welcomed even in the winery itself. They even provide treats and water to their canine visitors. We bet your little darling would love that!

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