Kompis & I hit the road last month and tried out some new and some familiar wineries.  We made sure and grabbed a pic from each one to show you how fun they were for both us humans as well as our pup.


All of these first places we visited were right in the downtown area walking distance from each other.


Here are the first few places we visited:


First stop – Enkidu tasting room.  Nice wines.  Kompis wanted to move on and smell more stuff…

enkidu winery - dog friendly

Kompis enjoying our first stop


Next, we tried some nice wines at Rumpus Cellars.  There were more things to smell.  Plus, we bought some “balls of steel” as a gift for a friend.  They are great for keeping drinks cold without watering them down.. and some of the profits go to a good cause.

rumpus winery - dog friendly

Kompis checking out the space at Rumpus

Since, we are pros, there was no stopping us!  On to Adobe Road Winery, where they advertise their love of furry visitors.

Adobe Road Winery - dog friendly

Kompis felt very welcome here. There was even a dog bed for her to rest in!

We felt bad for Kompis not being able to taste the wine, so we stopped off at Three Dog Bakery and let her do some tasting of her own and bought a few cookies for the road.

three dog bakery - the pooch coach

So many yummy things to choose from!!

And, our last entry for this post, MacLaren Wine Co. literally welcomed Kompis with open arms!

maclaren wine co - dog friendly

Kompis with Ms MacLaren!


The only disappointing part of this part of our trip was that the town square, a grassy park, does not allow dogs!!  We snuck Kompis on for a little time of feeling grass under her paws.  But it was very sad that she wasn’t welcome there.


Look for more places you can bring your dog in Sonoma in another post later this month.

wine barrel dog bed - dog friendly travel

Kompis relaxes in style while her mom tastes some vino