Canines Uncorked in Oregon's Tualatin Valley
Canines Uncorked is a dog-friendly event in Oregon's Tualatin Valley
Grapes at Alloro Vineyard in Sherwood, Oregon
Canines Uncorked

August 5, 2023


Wine tasting in Oregon's Tualatin Valley
A vineyard in the spring in Oregon's Tualatin Valley

Canines Uncorked in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley

Bring Your Best Canine Friend for This Beloved Annual Event, Saturday, August 5th!

The 13th annual dog-friendly wine tasting event of the year, Canines Uncorked, returns to Tualatin Valley, Saturday, August 5th. Bring your pup and take a self-guided tour of four wineries in the north Willamette Valley, where dogs are among the guests of honor.

Oregon’s favorite event for dog and wine lovers! Join us, with or without a pup, for a day of fun and fantastic wines.

You can select up to four wineries to visit during Canines Uncorked. There will be special activities for you and your pooch at each winery, as well as wine tastings for each passport holder.

Participating Wineries & Activities:

Apolloni Vineyards:
Sip n’ Spa: Bring your pup here for pampering by LexiDog Boutique & Social Club and a mini dog massage by Heal NW.

Ardiri Winery & Vineyards:
Arf Gallery: View the charming watercolor works, including custom pet portraits, by artist Sophie Noel.

Blizzard Wines:
Camp Canines: Get safety tips for taking your pup camping, as well as view the latest gear for canines.

Dauntless Wine Co.:
Grape Stomp: Ok, not really grapes, but balls for dogs who love to bounce around in a pen of balls, and will keep you smiling as they “stomp” with joy.

Dion Vineyard:
Photos with Phido: Phido Photography will be here capturing amazing portraits of you and your pups at this beautiful winery to remember your special day. Receive a complimentary social media download of your image and option to order prints.

Helvetia Winery:
Flights & Fitness: Your dog can put their best paw forward with All Happy Dogs Run. All Happy Dogs Run is Portland’s first mobile gym specifically created for dogs. Their treadmills are custom built and safe for all sizes of K-9s. Stop by for a test run!

Oak Knoll Winery:
Vintage & Vino: Shop cool vintage animal-related items that like your wine, get better with time.

Ruby Vineyard:
Noseworks: The nose knows – or does it? Put your sniffers to the test with games for you and your canine.

Pinot & Pet Talk: Meet with communicator Shawna Marie Fischer to find out what’s on your dog’s mind.

Shumaker Vineyards:
Pool Pawty Luau: Aloha! Sip on wines while relaxing by the pool. Your pup can take a dip if they wish! Cool down with an icy treat for you and your pup.

Sidereus Vineyard & Winery:
Taste & Treats: Who’s a good dog? Bring your BFF to delight in treats from Pup Pawtisserie.

Willamette Valley Vineyards at Tualatin Estate:
Aging Wines & Youthful Minds: Enjoy incredible wines while challenging your and your pup’s minds with fun games and puzzles for both.

See list of participating wineries >>
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How it Works

Purchase a tasting passport and select the four wineries you will visit, including the starting winery, where your canines adventure will begin. Passports & Canines Uncorked tasting glasses will be available for pick up at the winery you select to first visit.

Designated drivers are welcome to attend for free and are welcome to participate in activities (excluding wine tastings). Designated drivers must attend with one or more guests with purchased passports.

Purchase Tickets

  • Tasting passports available for purchase online through August 1 for $60.
  • On the day of the event, passports will be available for sale only at Apolloni Vineyards and Oak Knoll Winery from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. for $75.
  • Designated drivers must attend with one or more guests with purchased passports. Designated-driver tickers are available online.

This event is open to guests 21 and older; please bring proper identification.
Proceeds benefit the Oregon Humane Society.

Plan a Canines Uncorked Weekend

Options abound throughout  Tualatin Valley when it comes to hotels that welcome your furry companions.

Traveling with a four-legged companion can be a challenge, yet dog-friendly options abound throughout the Tualatin Valley.

Traveling with a four-legged companion can be a challenge, here are some tips for traveling Tualatin Valley with Fido.

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