Dog-Friendly Wineries and Vineyards
4240 Silverado Trail
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This breathtaking estate is 22,000 square feet, and the first winery in America to merge together architecture, design, and Persian culture reminiscent of the grand buildings of ancient times. The lush, varied landscape is laced with continuous gardens, water fountains, and the visitor center offers a unique tasting experience with indoor or outdoor seating. The winery is noted for its Bordeaux style estate wines. Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables and around the grounds; they are not allowed inside the winery. Dogs must be well behaved, under their owner's control at all times, leashed, and cleaned up after.
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