Dog-friendly Blue Victorian

Blue Victorian-Vezer Family Vineyards

5071 Suisun Valley Rd.
Fairfield, California 94534
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Local Phone: (707) 422-8025

Surrounded by acres of lush vineyards and majestic palm trees, this classic victorian building is unlike anything else in the Napa-Suisun Valley area.

Come down for a expertly guided wine tasting at the tasting room. The Blue Victorian also holds concerts and events year-round.

Dog Access:

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

Dog-friendly amenities:

  • Dogs 15 pounds and under are welcome in the tasting room. Dogs of all sizes welcome in picnic area

Wine Country dog.
Wine Country dog.
Vacaville is an ideal basecamp for touring wine country with your dog. Nearby Sonoma County and Napa Valley get all the attention, but this region is also home to one of California’s best-kept secrets. The laid-back Suisun Valley is rustic wine country charm at its best, with vineyards dating to the 1880s and standouts like Vezer Family Vineyard and Wooden Valley Winery. Sunshine and landscaped gardens make this one a pup-friendly, picnic-friendly favorite. more »
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Wineries, Pumpkins and Vacaville, Oh My!
There’s no time better than October to visit the Suisun Valley between Davis and Vacaville in Solano County. Not only are the vineyards ablaze; pumpkin patches, farm stands and other agricultural points of interest are in full swing. (Don’t miss Larry’s Produce, a vast produce enterprise with adjacent pumpkin patch.) 

The valley is just a ridge away from the famous Napa Valley, and its wines share many characteristics native to the shared climate. Suisun bills itself as “rustic wine country” and prides itself on providing friendly welcomes to visitors with dogs on the other end of the leash. more »
Wooden Valley Winery - Photo Credit: @egoldswo
Wooden Valley Winery - Photo Credit: @egoldswo
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