Dog-friendly Langtry Estate & Vineyard

Langtry Estate & Vineyard

21000 Butts Canyon Rd.
Middletown, California 95461
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Local Phone: (707) 995-7521
E-mail: info@langtryestate.com

Langtry Estate & Vineyard is located in beautiful, unspoiled Lake County, due north of Napa Valley. Enjoy a uniquely memorable tour and tasting of these award-winning wines.

Langtry Estate spans over 35 square miles of paradise and is located just 10 minutes east of Middletown and 15 minutes north of Pope Valley in Napa.

Langtry and Guenoc wines are the most awarded in Lake County. The clear warm days and cool nights favor a number of grape varieties including Sauvignon Blanc, Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Petit Verdot, and Merlot.

Dog Access:

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

Langtry Estate & Vineyards - Photo Credit: @embeckwith
Langtry Estate & Vineyards - Photo Credit: @embeckwith
While water activities are of course a big attraction in Lake County, more than 30 wineries, most with dog-friendly picnic areas and tasting rooms, welcome visitors in what is one of the fastest growing wine regions in the country. While the region is best known for its sauvignon blancs, petit sirahs and big reds are gaining well deserved cachet. The Lake County wine-growing region blanketing the eastern portion of the county is divided into seven AVAs (American Viticultural Areas), or appellations, each with its own sense of place. more »
Winery life, Laujor Estate Winery. Photo Credit: @laujorestatewinery
Winery life, Laujor Estate Winery. Photo Credit: @laujorestatewinery
Lake County is dominated by – you got it – one of the largest bodies of water in the state. But Clear Lake, a popular vacation destination, is just one piece of a diverse county that is coming on strong as a fast-growing wine region with laid-back (and dog-friendly) appeal.

The Lake County wine-growing region blanketing the eastern portion of the county is further divided into seven AVAs (American Viticultural Areas), or appellations, each with its own sense of place. While best known for its sauvignon blancs, petite sirahs and big reds like tempranillo and cabernet sauvignon are gaining well deserved cachet. more »
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