Oregon’s Premier Dog-Friendly Wine Tour
This year’s event is over. See you in 2020!
The annual dog-friendly wine tasting event of the year, Canines Uncorked, returns to Tualatin Valley. Bring your pup and take a self-guided tour of more than a dozen wineries in the north Willamette Valley, where dogs are among the guests of honor.
Purchase a “License to Taste” passport, which includes free wine tastings, hands-on activities for both humans and dogs at each participating winery, a commemorative wine glass to keep and two complimentary tasting cards valid at participating wineries during August.
The “License to Taste” passport is $50, to be purchased the day of the event. Designated drivers do not need to purchase a passport/ticket.
2019 Participating Wineries and Activities
Apolloni Vineyards and LexiDog Boutique and Social Club will present the Dog Days of Summer. Each pup will get their very own PUP-sicle to stay cool while they frolic in the water activities. Learn about heat and water safety, including a display of summer fashions, life vests and water toys.
Blizzard Wines will be featuring tips on traveling with your pet with Traveling Fido. Learn about pet sitting options from Local Dawgs, tips for moving with your pets from Coldwell Banker, and see travel accessories on display from Pets on Broadway.
Dion Vineyard will be offering tasty treats with Taste & Treats. Learn about good nutrition for your pet while your pup savors a variety of goodies courtesy of Lelly Belly.
Kramer Vineyards will be hosting Tunes & Toys, with live music by Mark Kellogg and a dog toy bar.
Montinore Estate will have the latest in canine fashion. Grapes & Glamour will feature in-style collars and leashes by Creative Canine Design, cute coats by Cozy Coats PDX and eco-conscious trends by Cloak & Cuff.
Oak Knoll Winery‘s Flights & Fitness will unleash the wild in your dog on a fun agility course. Oregon Humane Society’s Training and Behavior volunteers will be onsite to help introduce your pup different agility equipment with lots of encouragement and tasty treats from Puppernickel Dog Bakery.
Patton Valley Vineyard will showcase Nose Works with K9 Nose Work. Help develop your dog’s scenting capabilities through fun “follow your nose” activities. (Also, check out the human Nose Work station inside of the Patton Valley Vineyard tasting room.)
Plum Hill Vineyards will have a Lickin’ Luau. Your dog will be greeted with a lei, Hawaii-style, cool off in a doggie pool and chill out with pup-friendly snow cones and play in Plum Hill’s off-leash dog park.
Ponzi Vineyards will present Holistic Hounds, featuring complimentary dog massages from Heal Animal Massage and Doggie Zoom Zoom will be there to introduce you to CBD treats and the potential benefits for dogs.
SakéOne will feature Paws & Paint where you can see beautiful pet-themed work by Studio Muse Artful Companions and visit Bottle & Bottega’s table to create your own masterpiece with your dog’s paw print in paint.
Willamette Valley Vineyards at Tualatin Estate will have Grapes & Games. Walk along the grapes and enjoy fun lawn games such as ladder balls, giant Jenga and the always popular corn hole!
Options abound throughout Tualatin Valley when it comes to hotels that welcome your furry companions.
Traveling with a four-legged companion can be a challenge, yet dog-friendly options abound throughout the Tualatin Valley.
With this handy guide, plan a weekend with your four-legged friend in the Tualatin Valley.