Joullian Vineyards

Joullian Vineyards

2 Village Dr. Ste. A
Carmel Valley, California 93924
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Local Phone: (831) 659-8100

Early in 1982, Joullian Vineyards purchased 655 acres of hillside bench land at 1,400 feet in the heart of the remote Carmel Valley viticulture appellation. Following extensive contouring and terracing, 40 acres of densely spaced vines were planted.

The planting emphasized Bordeaux varieties and allocated two-thirds of the vineyard to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Sauvignon Blanc and Carmel Valley’s first Zinfandel, which was personally planted by owner Dick Sias. The remaining acreage, originally planted to Chardonnay, was grafted to pre-Prohibition Zinfandel selections throughout the 1990’s.

The winery, completed in 1991, was designed to handle each vineyard block separately to ensure that the complex subtleties and nuances produced in the field could be transferred into the bottle.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in tasting room

Bleeker and Aero
Bleeker and Aero in Monterey. Photo Dave Kendrick
They say that Monterey Wine Country is "where great taste begins." We know from experience that it's also a great place to experience dog-friendly hospitality along the River Road Wine Trail. Rolling hills misted with morning fog create memorable panoramas, while the climate is comfortable year-round. Pack a picnic, a camera and a leash and invite Fido to share in the memories. more »

Bleeker and Aero
Monterey County is vast, stretching south through Big Sur and east through the winery-rich Carmel Valley and into the Santa Lucia Mountains. You and your four-legger are sure to have doggone good times no matter which part of Monterey Wine Country you visit. Suggestions for a yappy day:

• Pick up a brochure or let the signs guide you along the River Road Wine Trail. Sniff out Pessagno Winery, where the vineyard dogs come out to greet you; or Wrath Winery, where you and yours can enjoy a picnic and great views of the Santa Lucia Highlands. Another memorable choice is the  Hahn/Smith Hook tasting room, featuring an expansive deck with sweeping views of the mountain-rimmed Salinas Valley.  more »

A visit to Carmel Valley takes you right to the center of Monterey Wine Country, where a community of family-owned wineries welcome you and your four-legged friends. From anywhere in Carmel Valley three wine roads are only minutes away, presenting many possibilities for an afternoon escape or a lifetime relationship. Your choices: more »
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