Top 10 Dog Friendly Wineries in Lodi, According to Yelp Users

1. Michael David Winery



Michael David Winery is known for their great wine: their winemaker Adam Mettler was even named Winemaker of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine! However, they are also known for their dog-friendly winery, as can be seen on their Instagram page.


2. Jeremy Wine Company



Jeremy Wine Company is known for their great tasting wines and their welcoming atmosphere for both humans and their four-legged friends. In fact, Jeremy Wine Company is so dog-friendly that they have a separate Instagram page specifically for dogs that visit their downtown tasting room.


3. Oak Farm Vineyards



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Oak Farm Vineyards has a gorgeous tasting room that is more than welcoming to their guest’s dogs. With a separate Instagram page that celebrates these furry friends of ours, it is no doubt that they will welcome your puppies with open arms.


4. Klinker Brick Winery



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Klinker Brick Winery is a favorite among Lodi wine-drinkers, known for their beautiful, elaborate brickwork, as well as their award-winning wines. Bring your puppies there when you are in town and see why they made Yelp’s list of dog-friendly wineries in Lodi!


5. Harney Lane Winery



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Love. Laughter. Family. These are the three main ingredients they pour into every bottle of Harney Lane wine. Blended with delicious estate grown fruit, they meticulously produce small lots of handcrafted wines that bring out the best flavors Lodi Wine Country has to offer. Bring along your puppy – they may even feature your furry friend on their social feed!


6. Twisted Barrel



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Twisted Barrel Winery offers a new take on an old art. As one of the region’s newest wineries, the boutique-type business is creating small lot, quality wines that specialize in Italian and Spanish varietals. The winery combines family, friendship and an open door policy to raise the bar and create an all inclusive wine tasting experience for all to enjoy: which includes an open doggy door, as is made evident on their Instagram feed.


7. The Dancing Fox Winery & Brewery



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In the heart of our historic downtown nestled in a century-old brick building, you will discover The Dancing Fox. It is a family run business combining three passions; Beer, Wine, & Bread. Enjoy all three of these passions with your trusty sidekick.


8. Jessie’s Grove Winery



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The Jessie’s Grovery Winery tasting room is housed in an 1870′s building whose exterior was carefully preserved while necessary structural changes were made inside. Other buildings of interest include a two story house that was built in 1905 and an 1870 barn in the oak grove which houses a museum. New buildings have not been added in order to preserve the authentic historic environment. Take a step back in time with your pup when you visit Lodi!


9. Van Ruiten Family Winery



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For over 50 years, the Lodi grapes grown in the Van Ruiten vineyards were harvested and shipped to other wineries every summer. The family wanted to branch out into winemaking, and in 1999 the first varieties of the Van Ruiten Lodi Wines went into production. Twenty years later, visitors enjoy these varieties with their four-legged friends resting easily by their side.


10. m2 wines





Since 2004, the focus of m2 wines has been creating dynamic artisan wines from distinctive vineyards in Lodi, the Sierra Foothills, and Napa Valley.