Bennett Lane

Bennett Lane Winery

3340 State Hwy. 128
Calistoga, California
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Local Phone: (877) 629-6272

Follow Napa Valley's Route 29 north to Calistoga, and then keep going just 2 1/2 more miles. You'll arrive at the pinnacle of the Napa Valley—the northernmost wedge where the Vaca mountain range meets the Mayacamas range. Here you will also find Bennett Lane Winery and it's well-maintained Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in tasting room
  • Dogs allowed in picnic area or patio

Xena and Willow at Clos Pegase Winery. Photo Credit: @xenaandwillow
Xena and Willow at Clos Pegase Winery. Photo Credit: @xenaandwillow
Wineries in the Napa Valley number in the hundreds, and it’s a rare facility open to the public that turns away imbibers with leashes in hand. While some facilities relegate four-legged guests to their picnic grounds, others invite furry friends to belly up to the bar with their people (yes, Lucy, that’s a jar of treats on the counter…). Here are some weatherproof suggestions for winter wine tasting with a dog at your side. more »
Dog on Oat Hill Mine Trail
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Right now, when the hills and vineyards are in their full fall palette and there's a wintry nip in the air, is a great time to pack up your pooch and head to Calistoga for a fun getaway. more »
Calistoga dog statue
Photo credit: eLjeProks (CC)
Famous for its hot springs and namesake bottled water, dog-friendly Calistoga is a relaxing but lively destination at the north end of the Napa Valley, also reached by a short drive from nearby Santa Rosa. DogTrekkers will be happy to discover a wealth of wineries whose staffs won’t blink when four-legged guests walk in the door. more »

Sadie, wine tasting in the Napa Valley.
Ah, wintertime in the Napa Valley. The crowds are gone and region’s many delights are yours for the taking. This is the season when yellow-mustard covered crops add a flash of brilliance to dormant vineyards, and when restaurant reservations are easy to come by. Visit midweek, and you’re likely to find yourself (and your four-legged friend) among just a few guests in a popular, dog-friendly tasting roommore »
Sadie in the Trahan-Olabisi tasting roomThe Napa Vintners Association has identified 97 wineries throughout the valley that are dog friendly. While all welcome canines in their picnic areas, many say “no” to pups in the tasting room. more »
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