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Heading out for a wine tasting can be a blast, and it’s even better when you can bring your furry friend along! At Paloma Vineyard, we understand that leaving your pooch behind can pull at your heartstrings, so why not skip the sad puppy eyes and bring them with you? Here’s a fun and simple guide to making your day at our vineyard enjoyable for both you and your pet at our dog friendly winery.

Pre-Tasting Prep

Let us know you’re bringing your four-legged pal when you book your tasting. Make sure they’re up-to-date on vaccinations and protected against fleas and ticks—trust us, they’re out there! Pack a water bowl, some snacks for your pup, a leash, waste bags, and a quiet toy to keep them entertained.

Doggy Social Skills

Your dog needs to play nice as they’ll meet our resident golden retrievers, Franc and Mita. Mita loves to bark to let you know you’re on her turf, so a heads-up about your dog’s behavior helps us make everyone comfortable. We ask that you please respect our vineyard grounds and the critters that call it home!

At the Venue

Find a cozy, shaded spot to chill with your dog. Keep them leashed—it’s a must, as our farm is always buzzing with activity. This will ensure they’re safe and snug by your side.

Tasting Etiquette

Stay tuned to your surroundings. Keep your dog close to prevent any party fouls and be ready to step in if they get a tad too spirited. It’s all about balancing your time savoring the wine and cuddling your companion.

After the Tasting

Franc and Mita are always eager to make new friends. And who doesn’t love a good dog post. Snap some photos and share your vineyard adventure on social media—it might just inspire other wine-loving dog owners to join in on the fun!

Sharing new experiences with your dog can make for unforgettable memories. With a little planning and mindfulness, you and your furry friend are set for a delightful day out. Cheers to a paws-itively perfect wine tasting! We hope to see you at our dog friendly winery