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Dog Friendly Wineries in Fredericksburg

Ready for a road trip to Fredericksburg but don’t want to leave your pup alone all day? Grab their leash and don’t forget that extra bowl for water, because Fredericksburg is more dog friendly than you might think! Over 15 wineries and counting welcome well-behaved dogs to enjoy the Fredericksburg ambiance.  The following wineries are listed by their spot along 290 for you to map your route accordingly.

Hilmy Cellars on 290 Wine Trail

Hilmy Cellars

12346 E US HWY 290

Known for their artisan wine, Hilmy is one of the first dog friendly wineries you’ll pass when heading west to Fredericksburg from Austin on US HWY 290.  Their outdoor patio boasts gorgeous views overlooking their vineyard, making it an easy location to grab a quick picture with your dog before the wine starts kicking in. Reservations.

Becker Vineyards

464 Becker Farms Road

Treat your pet like the royalty they are, with an afternoon at Becker Vineyards.  Leashed dogs are welcome on their lawn, open air pavilion, and Verandah area, giving you and the pup plenty of places to soak up the sun.  On the weekends, live music! And don't miss out on their novelty gifts like their dog plush toys! Reservations.

Becker Vineyards right off the 290 Wine Trail
Signor Vineyards in Fredericksburg, Texas

Signor Vineyards

362 Livesay Lane

Turn onto Livesay Lane, and you'll turn onto a picturesque French country winery. Divided by an ivy wall, there are two main outdoor sitting areas. On one side, outdoor table-service with opportunities for tastings and food welcome you, while the other side hosts a more casual picnic area, with a Wine Barn for you to walk up to grab wine, as well as a store that offers easy meat and cheese snacks. Luckily for you and your pup, both sides are pet friendly Monday through Wednesday, then Thursday through Sunday, your dog can enjoy the casual picnic area and the lawn! Reservations.

Fat Ass Ranch

51 Elgin-Behrends Road

Fat Ass Ranch - what more can you want from visiting Fredericksburg Texas, than by drinking some wine with a fat donkey named Frito! Dogs are welcome, but please be courteous with the winery's animals, and keep your pup on a leash and supervised.

Fat Ass Ranch in Fredericksburg, Texas
Texas Wine Collective on the 290 Wine Trail

Texas Wine Collective

10354 US HWY 290

It can be exhausting hopping around all of the different wineries, making Texas Wine Collective such a great spot! With three different wineries on the same lot, you and your dog can truly settle in on their patio and get comfortable for a while. Keep an eye on their events calendar for live music too! Reservations.

Messina Hof Hill Country Winery

9996 US HWY 290

Grab some shade with your dog under their covered patio, and get ready to enjoy an afternoon in Fredericksburg with a stop at Messina Hof!

Messina Hof Hill Country Winery on the 290 Wine Trail

Wildseed Farms

100 Legacy Drive

Wildseed Farms is a great spot to let your pup stretch their legs. With a trail weaving in and out of wildflowers and butterfly gardens, you can both stop to smell the roses! In the spring, enjoy the beautiful blue bonnets, and in the fall they have a fall festival the whole family will love.

Longhorn Cellars

315 FM 1376

Your pup will love Longhorn Cellars' shaded patio! The Texas Hill Country is known for getting a little hot in the summer, and your pup will thank you for some shade. With patio furniture and tables underneath, there is room for everyone. There are also longhorns, horses, and miniature donkeys on the property, so please keep your dog on a leash, but they are certainly welcome. Reservations.

Longhorn Cellars in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Alexander Vineyards off the 290 Wine Trail in the Texas Hill Country

Alexander Vineyards

6360 Goehmann Lane

Ready to try wine from different regions? Alexander Vineyards does just that! They have partnered with winemakers in areas such as France, Germany, Spain, and Italy, and you can try those exceptional wines right here in the Texas Hill Country. With tastings held outdoors, even the pup can learn all about the differences between regions and their soil. Reservations.

Barons Creek Vineyards

5865 US HWY 290

Barons Creek Vineyards hosts one of the better known selfie spots in Fredericksburg, their gorgeous fountain pool, but their patio also happens to be dog friendly! With high and low top tables, shaded areas, and comfy patio furniture, it's a great spot to stop at along the route. Wishing you can stay at one of their villas? They're perfect for a relaxing couples getaway, but you have to keep the pup at home. Reservations.

Barons Creek Vineyard in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Fiesta Winery on the 290 Wine Trail.

Fiesta Winery 290

6260 US HWY 290

Live music on Saturdays, bites, and wine, what more can you ask for while exploring the Texas Hill Country? Leashed pups are welcome on their outdoor patio.

Six Shooter Cellars

6264 US HWY 290

In search for some sweet wine and mead? Then Six Shooter Cellars is the perfect spot for you and your pup. Just keep them away from Six Shooter Cellars' Famous Jalapeno Shooters! No reservations needed.

Safari Winery in Fredericksburg, Texas

Safari Winery

5479 US HWY 290

Let the adventure begin at Safari Winery! Head to their beautiful and spacious shaded patio with your dog.  

Kalasi Cellars

414 Goehmann Lane

Kalasi Cellars is a boutique winery and tasting room on 16 acres in Fredericksburg. While the gorgeous tasting room isn't dog friendly, the outdoor patio is! There are sheep and a llama on the property, so please keep your dog on a leash and give the winery's animals some space. As for shade, grab a seat at one of the Adirondack chairs located under their beautiful pecan trees. Reservations.

Kalasi Cellars in the Texas Hill Country.
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