Dog-Friendly Wineries in Temecula, California
Within the beautiful Temecula wine country, Baily Vineyard and Winery will be the most
welcoming and accommodating to your four-legged friend. Dogs are allowed
everywhere you are, even at your feet in the nice cool air-conditioned tasting room!
Sharing the property is Carol’s Restaurant, open for lunch every weekend. While your
dog can eat lunch with you on the patio Friday and Saturday, I recommend visiting on
“Dog Day Sundays” (every Sunday) and asking for the Doggie Menu! While you dine on
salads, fresh fish, or pasta, your pet will be enjoying Chewbarka Chicken Breast or
Haute Dog Turkey Dogs for only $4. Last but not least, purchase a special Dog Day
Sunday shirt and receive a free doggie entree each time you come back to Carol’s
wearing that fun shirt.
Miramonte Winery professes to be “100% dog friendly”, under the conditions that they
are correctly restrained and watched by a responsible adult at all times. And of course,
you as the owner clean up after them, respecting the Miramonte wine club lawn is
not a designated area for your pet to take care of business. BringFido.com grants
Miramonte has a 5.0 out of five bones rating for their dog service and availability for pets in
the tasting room.
Europa Village is made up of “three charming destinations set in the old-world villages
of Spain, France, and Italy, together as one grand resort”. Therefore, each “country” has
its own set of preferences for furry friends. In France, at the C’est La Vie facility, pets are
invited on the grounds however must be properly restrained and accompanied by an
adult at all times. Unfortunately, pets will not be permitted in indoor tasting rooms due to
Health Department regulations. In Spain, also named Bolero, only qualified service
animals are allowed entrance. Vienza, Italy, will officially be open in 2023, hopefully with
the accommodations for pups!
Oak Mountain Winery
Oak Mountain Winery is also happily dog friendly. Whether the indoor wine tasting room
or additional tasting climate-controlled pavilion, your dog can follow wherever you go.
There are even three dog-influenced wines to choose from while your pup rehydrates on
the cold water provided.
Somerset Winery was built upon the importance of making memories with those you
love. Somerset owners realize this often includes man’s furry best friend, therefore
allowing dogs in most areas on the property. The winery has also previously held an
annual dog Halloween costume parade in order to support our local animal shelters.
Carter Estate Winery
Carter Estate Winery and Resort offers a Happy Hound Program, so you can skip the
kennel and bring your pet along for the fun. During check-in, your “happy hound” will be
given a Swag Bag of goodies at check-in, including food and water bowls, a dining mat,
a pet blanket, and a special treat. All you have to do is sign a pet waiver taking
responsibility for your dogs.
The following wineries also claim to be dog friendly, although reserved to outside
Gershon Bachus Vintners