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Stryker Sonoma

5110 California 128
Geyserville, California 95441
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Local Phone: (800) 433-1944
E-mail: info@strykersonoma.com

The winemakers at Stryker Sonoma like to characterize their Alexander Valley wines as being  guided by a youthful enthusiasm and tireless dedication to the pursuit of quality and pleasure.

"We are a fun-loving group with a slightly irreverent attitude with respect to the traditional methods of producing and marketing wine," says management. "We go to considerable expense to grow and produce pure, balanced wines that are fully extracted, rich in complexity and exude depth of character. These wines are enjoyable in their youth, but also reward those with patience."

Dogs are welcome in the contemporary tasting room as well as in the picnic area and on self-guided vineyard tours. A stash of treats is kept behind the bar. 

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:

  • Treats provided

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Dog in vineyard
Photo Credit: Jon Clegg (CC)
Why take your dog on a wine-tasting excursion? Dogs like a change of scenery as much as their people do, and they’re welcome at almost every facility in winery-rich Sonoma County.

Three major north-county appellations are represented by Wine Road, an association of wineries and lodgings in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River valleys. Fido’s tail will be wagging no matter which one you choose to nip into on your next wine-tasting weekend. more »
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Dog at Porter Creek Winery.
Northern Sonoma County is home to scores of wineries, not to mention some doggone breathtaking scenery. Three major appellations are represented by Wine Road Northern Sonoma County, an association of about 150 wineries and 50 lodging properties in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River valleys. The majority of the wineries are dog-friendly, at least in outdoor spaces, and Fido’s tail will be wagging no matter which one you choose to nip into on your next wine-tasting weekend. more »
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