Prefer to take your best friend with you everywhere you go? Then you will love the dog-friendly wineries in the Kelowna area.We took one of our dogs with us wine-tasting this summer, and all three of us had a blast taking in the stunning views. We recommend calling ahead if you are planning to visit with your four-legged best friend to make sure there are no special events at the winery happening the same day.

Here is a list of dog friendly wineries - please note some of the wineries only allow dogs in certain areas:

  1. 50th Parallel Estate (allowed on leash on site, in some buildings)
  2. Ancient Hill Estate Winery (allowed, on or off-leash)
  3. Arrowleaf Cellars (allowed in picnic area/outside of tasting room)
  4. Beaumont Family Estate Winery (allowed outside tasting room, water bowl available)
  5. CedarCreek Estate Winery (allowed on-leash in some areas of vineyard)
  6. Gray Monk Estate Winery (allowed in fenced area, water bowl available)
  7. House of Rose Winery (on leash) 
  8. Intrigue Wines (allowed in picnic area/outside tasting room, water bowl available) 
  9. Kalala Organic Estate Winery (on-leash) 
  10. Quail’s Gate Winery (allowed outside the tasting room, water bowl available) 
  11. Rollingdale Winery (allowed on leash - Bella the German shepherd is the winery dog) 
  12. SpierHead Winery (on-leash, not during food events) 
  13. St. Hubertus & Oak Bay Winery (allowed outside the tasting room, water bowl available) 
  14. The View Winery (allowed on-leash in shop) 
  15. Volcanic Hills (allowed on-leash in some areas of vineyard, not in wine shop)

Wesla Wong & Duane English
Wesla Wong & Duane English are meteorologists based in Kelowna. When not looking at weather charts, you will find the couple skiing, playing music or hiking with their dogs - enjoying everything that the Okanagan has to offer.