- ChristopherJul. 2, 2023Great view, Amazing Patio! Great food!
we came in early July with our two dachshunds. the view from the patio is wonderful overlooking chimney rock and the waterfall. our pups were treated like the royalty they think they are.
- SarahNov. 6, 2022Beautiful Setting
I decided to check out this place on a 75+ degree November day. They were having live music on and I thought I would see if it really was dog friendly. I have a 7 month old mini aussiedoodle. It was amazing. I brought him inside the tasting room and enjoyed wine with a cheese plate while we sat and look at the vineyards outside. Lovely day. The restaurant also has outdoor tables which may allow you to bring a dog there too. Definitely worth stopping in with your pup.
- MandyNov. 29, 2019Great Location!!!! Wonderful Staff!!
We loved visiting there with our dog Archie!!!! There were other dogs there but spaced out where everyone was comfortable. Staff was amazing about our dog and genuinely visited with him!!! Wonderful experience!
- KimMay. 8, 2019Beautiful winery
We had a great time. Dogs are allowed on the grounds and in the tasting room but not on the tour. There's a nice area to walk around and picnic at. We had a great time exploring this beautiful winery with our pup!
- GrammaMore than a year agowinery tastings
Beautiful vineyard and apple orchard. Pups welcome in tasting rooms and on the grounds .
- ClydeMore than a year agoWine Vineyard
The wine tasting at Burntshirt Vineyards was a fun, unique experience. My wife and I only participated in the wine tasting, but they do also provide tours. During our visit, we tasted 7 unique flavors of wine from their tasting list, then even had the chance to receive a few samples of the Apple wine (Which was the favorite for us) and Wine-o-ritas. The staff was knowledgeable and animal friendly. Our wine expert was Miriam, who upon request even went to get a bowl of water and some treats for our furry friend Isys, a 45 LB. pitbull mix. Everyone came up and asked to pet Isys, and no one shied away from her. You need to bring your own doggy bags, as none are provided, but the dogs are allowed right into the tasting room with you. Miriam was very open and welcome to both us and Isys, and I would highly recommend her to anyone who asks. The vineyard was large and free to walk around on, as well as they had plenty of patio and lunch tables to sit and picnic at.