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Dog-Friendly Wineries & Vineyards in Maryland

Calling all wine (and dog) lovers! The number of vineyards and wineries in Maryland grows each year and as of 2023, we are home to more than 100 (!!) registered vineyards and wineries! Use this list to see which wineries, vineyards, and wine bars in Maryland are dog-friendly, super dog-friendly and which ones are not!

Use this guide to find the right winery:

🌲 Dogs allowed outside only

Baltimore City

  • Chesapeake Wine Company

  • The Wine Collective 🌲

  • V-NO Wine Bar 🌲

Howard County

  • Penn Oaks Winery 🌲

Anne Arundel County

  • Great Frogs Winery 🌲

Calvert County

  • Running Hare Vineyard

Caroll County

  • Old Westminster Winery 🌲

  • Black Ankle Vineyards 🌲

  • Serpent Ridge Vineyard 🌲

Frederick County

  • Linganore Winecellars

  • New Market Plains Vineyards 🌲

  • Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard

  • Catoctin Breeze Vineyard 🌲

  • Links Bridge Vineyards 🌲

  • Orchid Cellar Meadery + Winery 🌲

Montgomery County

  • Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard 🌲

  • Windridge Vineyards

  • 61 Vineyard 🌲

  • Clear Skies Meadery

Harford County

  • Fiore Winery & Distillery

St. Mary's County

  • Port of Leonardtown Winery 🌲

Washington County

  • Blue Mountain Wine Crafters

  • Big Cork Vineyards 🌲

  • Antietam Creek Vineyards

Kent County

  • Crow Vineyard and Winery

Dorchester County

  • Layton’s Chance Vineyard and Winery 🌲

Cecil County

  • Broken Spoke Vineyard and Winery 🌲

Prince George’s County

  • Robin Hill Farm & Vineyard 🌲

  • Two Lions Vineyards 🌲

Our Favorite Dog-Friendly Vineyards in Northern Virginia

  • 8 Chains North Winery

  • Barrel Oak Winery

  • Breaux Vineyards

  • Chrysalis Vineyards

  • Early Mountain Vineyards

  • Desert Rose Ranch and Winery

  • Fabbioli Cellars

  • Hillborough Vineyard

  • Stone Tower Winery

  • Three Fox Vineyards

  • Chateau Morrissette Winery

  • Aspen Dale Winery at the Barn

Wineries in Maryland that are NOT Dog-Friendly

  • Boordy Vineyards

  • Basignani Winery

  • Harford Vineyard & Winery

  • DeJon Vineyard

We strongly recommend that you visit the website of any winery before visiting for the latest hours and policies, especially with COVID-19. Please remember to bring poo bags and pick up after your pet when nature calls. Let's be responsible pet owners so that we can continue visiting these wineries with our dogs for years to come!

If you visit one of these dog-friendly wineries or one that isn't listed above, we'd love to hear about your experience! Reach out to us at or on Instagram.

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