Mutt Lynch Winery Voted Most Pet-Friendly Winery in Sonoma County 2nd Straight Year!
Winemaker Brenda Lynch produces limited production, handcrafted wines from vineyards in Sonoma County and neighboring wine-growing regions. Each wine has its own unique and dog-inspired label. Choose from a fantastic selection of wines that include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Zinfandel, Charbono, Sauvignon Blanc, GSM, Late Harvest Zinfandel, and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Brenda loves to find a barrel or two of exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon for her Innocent label in select vintages. Our newest release is from the Napa Valley, known for producing deep, rich Cabernet Sauvignon. Our 2018 Innocent awaits your cellar or table. Enjoy!
Wine Tastings. Gift Shop. Dogs Welcome. Come visit our Mutt Lynch Winery Tasting Room in Downtown Windsor, Sonoma County and by all means, bring your dogs – we are THE most dog-friendly winery in Sonoma County, and we treat dogs; as the “guests of honor”!
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