Topel Winery and Tasting Room

Topel Winery and Tasting Room

125 Matheson St.
Healdsburg, California 95448
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Local Phone: (707) 433-4116
E-mail: donnis@topelwines.com

Mark and Donnis Topel are hands-on growers and winemakers. For more than 30 years, they have committed themselves to the preservation of 160 acres of pristine, sacred land, 25 acres of which are planted to organic Estate mountain vineyards on Duncan Peak in southern Mendocino County.

Topel Tasting Room is one of the most pet-friendly establishments in Wine Country, so whether you're mobile on two legs or four, the door is always open. The dog-passionate tasting room is in Healdsburg, just off the downtown plaza.

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

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Ziggy in Healdsburg. Photo Credit: @rocky_romero
Ziggy in Healdsburg. Photo Credit: @rocky_romero
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