Terra Sávia Winery & Olive Mill

Terra Sávia Winery & Olive Mill

14160 Mountain House Rd.
Hopland, California 95449
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Local Phone: (707) 744-1114
E-mail: info@terrasavia.com

Terra Sávia produces award-winning organic wines, extra virgin olive oil, and other olive oil-based products with a special commitment towards land conservation and wildlife preservation.

Their grapes and olives are grown organically in their estate vineyard and orchard and produced in small lots and batches. By growing their own fruit in Mendocino County they are able to control 100% of the process from the field to the finished product. 

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

Dog Access:

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

Maya Checks Out Saracina Winery, Hopland, CA
Maya Checks Out Saracina Winery, Hopland, CA
October is prime time to pack the corkscrew, the leash and your four-legged friend for a trip up north to Mendocino County, where the vineyards are blazing with fall color and the mood everywhere is as mellow as can be. The county’s 11 diverse appellations each express a style of their own, and while you can hardly sample them all in a weekend, you can choose an itinerary along one of the county’s “wine roads.”  more »
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 »
Suki and Fritzy at Jaxon Keys Winery & Distillery. <br/> Photo Credit: @suki_theshiba
Suki and Fritzy at Jaxon Keys Winery & Distillery.
Photo Credit: @suki_theshiba
Winery rich Mendocino County is home to 10 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), a half-dozen of which are smaller regions lumped together under the over-arching Mendocino County label. While there are many dog-friendly tasting rooms scattered about, it makes sense for newbies to follow one of two designated “wine roads,” one tracing Highway 128 through the famed Anderson Valley, the other centered around the Hopland area on Highway 101. 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 »
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