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 (small shaded area outside, 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. Tantalus Vineyards (on-leash) 
  15. the hatch (on-leash)
  16. The View Winery (allowed on-leash in shop) 
  17. 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.