Winery Policies

Working Dog Winery strives to make sure that everyone who visits our venue is provided with a positive wine experience. In order to ensure that your time with us is enjoyable, please be sure to view and adhere by the rules below prior to your visit.

Do Not

NO outside beverages are permitted. No alcohol other than Working Dog wine may be consumed anywhere on our property. Water, soft drinks, juice boxes and Gatorade are available for purchase inside. This means even non-alcoholic drinks (including water) are not permitted.

Do

Bring snacks! Working Dog Winery is food friendly, but snacks and nibbles ONLY! (Example: cheese, crackers and fruit).

Do Not

Bring large portions/party sized meals. Do not bring coolers that are larger than a small sized lunch box. All coolers and bags are subject to inspection upon arrival. While we are food friendly, you are not permitted to bring hoagies, pizzas, birthday cakes, cupcakes or platters of any kind.

Do

Bring your friends and visit the winery! Feel free to bring your own tables, blankets and chairs to accommodate your group.

Do Not

Host events at the winery. We cannot accommodate groups larger than 10. Organized birthday parties, business functions and celebrations
are not permitted
. No balloons, gifts, confetti, etc.

Do

Bring your family to visit and enjoy the outside area. Families with children are asked to sit in a designated area and to bring their own chairs for guests under 21 years old. Children MUST be with their parents/guardians at ALL times.

Do Not

Bring any activities that involve bats, sticks and clubs as they can be dangerous to others (Example: No baseball bats or lacrosse sticks).

Do

Bring your pups! Dogs are allowed in the outside seating area but must be on a leash. Please clean up after your dog and bring a bowl for your pup.

Do Not

Allow your dogs to be disruptive. Barking dogs are not permitted in the tasting room as it may disturb the tasting room experience. They are also
not allowed off-leash in the seating area.

Do

Remember that a winery is not the same as a bar. Be respectful of your fellow patrons in the tasting room and on the grounds. Loud and disorderly behaviors are distractions to others trying to enjoy their winery visit.

Do Not

Move the seating arrangements in the tasting room and outside. Please keep barrels and tables where we set them. Bar stools and Adirondack chairs can be moved.

Do

Bring your wine tours to Working Dog! We are happy to do tastings for buses and wine tours of 10 people or less. Please be sure to call in advance so we can prepare for your arrival. Limos/bus tours MUST arrive before noon.