While on vacation last weekend, your friendly curator and curatorial spouse stopped by Maryhill Winery in Goldendale, WA. I'd wanted to go for some time as I had heard nothing but excellence about its wines and its venue, and not least that they were dog-friendly. They were! Briar got to come into the tasting room with us, where people made much of him, though he really wanted to go out on the balcony and sniff the Gorge air.
I made a guess they had a winery dog, and though we didn't meet him this time, they do indeed. He's Potter, and he is a fabulous looking fellow, as you clearly see below.
|image copyright and by kindest courtesy of maryhill winery|
Here's a brief statement on him from the winery:
Maryhill Winery, one of Washington's top destination wineries, is also 100% dog friendly! The winery has a wealth of open spaces, green grass, shade, and water bowls designated for the winery's four-legged guests. The resident wine dog, Potter, also happily takes advantage of these visitor amenities, of course. Pets are also welcome in the tasting room provided they are leashed. Each year, the winery hosts a Wine, Walk & Wag charity event supporting Home at Last Humane Society in The Dalles, Oregon.