Our best buddies, our furry babies, our love bugs and our partners in crime!  DOGS!

Leaving our sweet companions at home, while we go off adventuring, is a sad situation.

No need for a puppy dog face.

The good news is that many Geyserville businesses are dog friendly! Yay!

Bring your four legged, furry friend for your next visit to Geyserville.

****As always make sure your dog is friendly, gets along with other dogs, and remains on leash!

Dog friendly spots in Geyserville:

Catellis Restaurant:

Delectable Italian food with fresh local ingredients.  Right in downtown Geyserville. Dogs can join you on the patio during the daytime for lunch.  Leave dogs home for evening dining.

Geyserville Grille:

Open for breakfast and lunch Mon-Friday, brunch on weekends, and dinner is served Thursdays-Mondays! Enjoy a new outdoor seating area with a fountain, gorgeous flowers and perfect sunny ambiance.  Dogs are welcome to sit on the patio with you.

Locals Tasting Room: 

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A perfect tasting room for those wanting to discover boutique and relatively unheard of local wine labels.  Taste wine from TEN wineries.  A dog-friendly tasting room right in the heart of downtown Geyserville. There is always a water bowl outside and check on the dog treats behind the bar.

Pedroncelli Winery: 

One of the oldest and most iconic Sonoma wineries dating back to 1927!  Yes. Dogs allowed in picnic area and on patio.  If you look on Pedroncelli’s social media, you’ll see a lot of Dirk, the dog.  Dirk is the official Vineyard Guardian of Pedroncelli.  He even has his own hashtag #dirkthedog

Meeker Wine: 

Located in an 113-year-old Geyserville Bank building! Yes, dog friendly. 

DeLorimier:

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Experience award-winning varietals including: Cabernet Sauvignon, Meritage, Malbec and Primitivo.  Dogs are allowed in tasting room and patio/picnic area.

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Diavola: 

Neopolitan style pizza, handmade pasta, and house cured salumi!  Note: A wood burning oven. Patio is definitely dog friendly! This past May, Diavola partnered with Sonoma Humane Society and 10% of sales went to sonomahumane.org Paws For A Cause!

Geyserville Coffee Company:

A small coffee shop in the heart of Geyserville town center.  Offering coffee, food wine and beer!  Featuring pastries and bread from BurtoNZ Bakery.  Stop by for a doggie treat!

Pech Merle Winery:

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A boutique and family-run winery.  Dogs visiting the tasting room are affectionately called Pech Pups! Every July their event is called Pups & Pinot.  This year it will be held on July 28th, 2019.  Bring your pup to enjoy a YAPPY HOUR.  Treats will be provided during the tasting, and corkage is waived on Pech Merle wine at both Diavola and Catellis restaurants that day.  10% of sales also go to Green Dog Animal rescue.  The event is from 3:00-6:00pm and tickets are $25!

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Gin’gilli’s Vintage Home: 

The cutest shop in downtown Geyserville that has a little bit of everything.  Featuring 45 vendors selling old, new and vintage wares.  You can peruse the antique treasures with your dog by your side.

J.Rickards Winery:  

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Known as ‘Darn Fine Barn Wine!’ A family run winery owned and operated by Jim and Eliza Rickards.  An amazing property that showcases breathtaking views, an old vine zinfandel block dating back to 1908, AND a Wine Cave.  Shelby Lou is J. Rickards Winery Dog.  She is known as the official hostess to any other four-legged guests visiting the winery.  The staff at J.Rickards winery are also very proud and love to show off their fur babies.

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Lake Sonoma: 

Dogs are allowed on any of the 40 miles of Lake Sonoma hiking trails. ON LEASH.  Lake Sonoma Park has a fenced-in dog park.  Liberty Glen Campground at Lake Sonoma (Geyserville), Operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, is a campground that allows pets for no additional fee. However, pets must be on a leash, no longer than 6 feet at all times. Dogs cannot be left unsupervised in a campsite. Campers are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.

Ramazzotti: 

A gem of a winery!  Family owned and operated.  A wine tasting experience where you feel part of the family.  Italian varietals and blends.  Very dog friendly.  Ramazzotti does not personally have a dog but RIGHT NEXT DOOR at Mercury Wine is a famous dog.

Mercury Wine:

Specializing in Bordeaux, Rioja, and Rhone style blends with esoteric white wines.  This winery’s black Labrador, Freddie, is quite famous around Geyserville.  Freddie is named after Freddie Mercury, the legendary singer.  Those who love Freddie are known as The Friends Of Freddie of (FOF).  Freddie meanders back and forth between Ramazzotti and Mercury Wine and loves kids, dogs, and adults.  

Trentadue Winery: 

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According to the Trentadue Winery Website….

You’re not just a guest when you come to sip and swirl with us; you’re family. And family at Trentadue always includes our furry friends. Whether you are joining us for a tasting, or coming to hang out on the lawn for Happy Hour Thursdays with food, fun and live music, we are excited to welcome you. You can usually catch our own winery pups roaming the grounds too!

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Trione Vineyards and Winery: 

Small lots of wine are produced from their estate grown grapes in Alexander Valley, Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast.  The iconic stone winery you see on the right-hand side as you drive north to Geyserville.  This Stone Winery dates back to 1908!  A family-friendly and DOG-FRIENDLY winery.  Play Bocce Ball while your dog cheers you on!

Zialena Winery: 

A world class winemaking facility featuring OPEN TOP CONCRETE fermenters!  Sip on estate grown Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon.  Dog Friendly out on the patio with beautiful vineyard views.

Dogs will thank you for including them in your amazing Geyeserville adventure.

Written By: Sheila Jane, Sonoma Wine Life