Pet-friendly Temecula Valley Wineries

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The wineries have varying levels of dog-friendliness, and policies can change over time. Please check with the winery prior to making your trip with your furry companion. Reminder: Dogs should not eat grapes or raisins, as they are known to be toxic.

Akash Winery
akashwinery.com

Baily Vineyard & Winery
bailywinery.com

Dog friendly. Carol’s Restaurant invites visitors to “Make sure to visit on Sundays with your dog for Dog Day Sundays and ask for the Doggie Menu.”

Callaway Vineyard & Winery
callawaywinery.com

Grounds are dog friendly; however, pets are not allowed in the tasting rooms.

Carter Estate Winery and Resort
carterestatewinery.com

Dogs are allowed at the winery and resort, but some areas are off-limits. Pick-up bags and relief stations are placed throughout the property. The Resort has a Happy Hound program which includes a “sWag Bag.” Nonrefundable pet fee for hotel.

Chapin Family Vineyards
chapinfamilyvineyards.com

Leashed, well-mannered dogs are allowed in the picnic area and patio only.

Cougar Vineyard & Winery
cougarwinery.com

Very dog friendly! Monthly Yappy Hour and adoption events held at the winery, too.

Domaine Artefact
domaineartefact.wine

Domaine Artefact is home to a family of animals, including dogs, horses, pigs, and chickens. Domaine Artefact is “pet friendly” and encourage guests to bring their well-behaved fur children.

Europa Village
europavillage.com

Dog friendly, but pets are not permitted in the indoor tasting rooms. At Bolero, only service dogs are allowed.

Fazeli Cellars
fazelicellars.com

Well-behaved, leashed dogs are allowed on the main patio only.

Gershon Bachus Vinters
gershonbachus.com

Hart Winery
vinhart.com

Leoness Cellars
leonesscellars.com

Oak Mountain Winery
oakmountainwinery.com

Dogs are welcome. Check out the website for events like “Doggie Date Nite.”

Miramonte Winery
miramontewinery.com

Somerset Vineyard & Winery
somersetvineyard.com

Well-behaved, leashed dogs accompanied by an adult are welcome on tours.

South Coast Winery Resort & Spa
southcoastwinery.com

Dogs are allowed at the winery and resort, but some areas are off-limits. Pick-up bags and relief stations are placed throughout the property. The Resort has a Happy Hound program which includes a “sWag Bag.” Nonrefundable pet fee for hotel.

Vitagliano Winery
vitaglianowines.com

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