Most wineries welcome dogs, but some go all out. Check out these wineries.
1. 8 Chains North Winery, Waterford (NoVa)
Features: Off-leash dog park, fully fenced, dog waste station, and lots of room to run. Plus: dogs allowed indoors.
More info here: 8chainsnorth.com
2. Bluestone Vineyard, Bridgewater (Shenandoah)
Features: Dogs welcome indoors and out.
More info here: bluestonevineyard.com
"If you're not covered in dog hair, your life is empty." - Elayne Boosler
4. Breaux Vineyards, Purcellville (NoVa)
Features: Dogs are treated to their own private tasting room. Must bring a human.
More info here: breauxvineyards.com
5. Chateau Morrisette, Floyd (Southern VA)
Features: This winery's web address is TheDogs.com, so you know this is the place. Dog welcome to join you for a tasting in the winery's courtyard, patio, or gazebos.
More info here: thedogs.com
6. DuCard Vineyards, Etlan (Central VA)
Features: Dogs allowed inside and out. We have water bowls and complimentary doggie treats. Annual Dog Days of Summer fundraiser for the Madison County Animal Shelter.
More info here: ducardvineyards.com
7. Good Luck Cellars, Kilmarnock (Chesapeake Bay)
Features: Friendly pups welcome on the porch and green areas. Water bowls with unlimited pours.
More info here: goodluckcellars.com
8. Hill Top Berry Farm Winery & Meadery, Nellysford (Central VA)
Features: Doggie treats for good behavior.
More info here: hilltopberrywine.com
9. Keswick Vineyards, Keswick (Central VA)
Features: Fenced off-leash dog park and occasional doggie events, like Yappy Hour (byo dog) and Dog Adoption Days.
More info here: keswickvineyards.com
10. Magnolia Vineyards, Amissville (NoVa)
Features: Opt for inside the tasting room or outside on the lawn. Dog bowls and treats a'plenty.
More info here: magnoliavineyards.com