7 Dog-Friendly Virginia Wineries

Want to get away from D.C. for a day but don't want to leave your dog behind? These seven dog-friendly wineries in Virginia make the perfect day trip or weekend getaway.

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Barrel Oak Winery is all about dogs. The winery even has bios for its three staff dogs, Justice, Peanut and Birch, on its web site. The winery is in Delaplane, Virginia -- about an hour's drive from DC.
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Featured in this picture is Cooper, Breaux Vineyards' resident dog. On May 13, Breaux will be holding its annual Dog Day celebration, featuring contests, treats and prizes. Contest categories include largest dog, smallest dog, and coolest trick. The vineyards are in Purcellville, Virginia, about an hour's drive from D.C.
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Gadino Cellars proudly advertises itself as dog-friendly. Come out and play some bocce with your four legged friend at this vineyard in Washington, Virginia, about two hours' drive from D.C.
Chateau Morrisette
One look at Chateau Morrisette's logo and you'll know this vineyard is all about dogs. The vineyard also sponsors Bark in the Park with the Salem Red Sox. Chateau Morrisette is in Floyd, Virginia, about a five-hour drive from DC. But along the way you do get to see the gorgeous Blue Ridge mountains.
Three Fox Vineyards
Every month, Three Fox Vineyards selects a dog and cat of the month. Winners get their picture in the tasting room, a reserved table for the month and more. Pictured here is Woodson, the dog of the month for July 2016. Three Fox is in Delaplane, about an hour's drive from D.C.
Stone Tower Winery
Stone Tower Winery's resident dog Stevie runs through the vineyard during harvest time. At Stone Tower, dogs are welcome inside the Harvest Barn tasting room, something that isn't always allowed at all wineries. Stone Tower is in Leesburg, Virginia, about an hour outside of D.C.
Potomac Point Winery
Chianti the Wine Dog loves running throughPotomac Point Winery, which is in the northern part of Stafford County about an hour from D.C. Unfortunately, you'll have to keep your dog on a leash at any of these wineries.
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