Navarro Vineyards

Navarro Vineyards

5601 Hwy. 128
Philo, California 95466
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Local Phone: (800) 537-9463
E-mail: office@navarrowine.com

Watch the seasons unfold with a tour of Navarro Vineyards. In spring the buds swell and burst out in leaf on the vines. The cover crop is abuzz with beneficial insects that enjoy the mustard flowers and wild calendulas as much as you do.

By summer you can get an insider perspective on Navarro's chicken tractor and babydoll sheep projects which help minimize the use of fossil fuels. You may notice the steady click-clang of bottling in the winery as they get ready for the harvest.

As the grapes ripen, the air becomes heavy with fermenting juice and the vines turn a luminous gold.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

Dog Access:

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

Dog-friendly amenities:

  • Water bowl provided
  • Treats provided
  • Off-leash area

Brulee at Navarro Vineyards. Photo Credit: @brulee_usa
Brulee at Navarro Vineyards. Photo Credit: @brulee_usa
OK, nobody can visit four dozen dog-friendly wineries on one trip! Nevertheless, that’s how many await along the Highway 128 and Highway 101 corridors. Pick a region and let serendipity be your guide as you spend a leisurely day wine-tasting with your pup. more »
Navarro Vineyards - Photo Credit: @goldens_flutie_ferris
Navarro Vineyards - Photo Credit: @goldens_flutie_ferris
Mendocino County’s 47 wineries produce many reds, of course, but crisp viogniers and other whites are also specialties of the region. If visiting in winter, when inclement weather is a possibility, you might want to do a little homework in advance to select establishments that welcome dogs in their tasting rooms as well as in their outdoor picnic areas. more »
Navarro Vineyards, Mendocino County. Photo Credit: @goldens_flutie_ferris
Navarro Vineyards, Mendocino County. Photo Credit: @goldens_flutie_ferris
If your dog is like most, she doesn’t give a sniff about how “approachable” the wine you’re sipping might be. She cares about how approachable the winery’s visitor facility is to canine guests. And in Mendocino County and elsewhere on the North Coast, you can pull up to any of scores of tasting rooms and be assured of a warm welcome. more »
Foursight Winery Dog
Photo courtesy: Foursight Wines
Many Mendocino County visitors stay glued to the gorgeously sculpted coastline, but to do so is to miss out on star attractions such as the Anderson Valley wine region, bisected by Highway 128 and encompassing the Boonville, Philo, Yorkville Highlands and Navarro appellations. more »
Husch VIneyards
At Husch Vineyards. Photo: Patti Tapscott Kirkland
Many Mendocino County visitors stay glued to the gorgeously sculpted coastline, but to do so is to miss out on star attractions such as the Anderson Valley wine region, an area bisected by Highway 128 and encompassing the Boonville, Philo, Yorkville Highlands and Navarro wine regions.  more »
Anderson Valley Tasting RoomIf your dog is like most dogs, he doesn’t give a woof about the raspberry and leather notes that distinguish a 2009 pinot from its 2011 counterpart. What matters to Max is a comfortable place to curl at your feet while you imbibe. There’s no shortage of wineries that fit the bill in Mendocino County’s Anderson Valley, an area bisected by Highway 128 and encompassing the Boonville, Philo, Yorkville Highlands and Navarro wine regions. more »
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