The Wonderful World of Wine Dogs

Winemakers love dogs. Wherever wine is made, you’re likely to find a good dog stalking the cellar or the vineyard. Wine Dogs has found some beauties from all over the world. Wine Dogs is a celebration of the working (and relaxing) dog in the winery, vineyard and tasting room – created all for the love of dogs and wine.

Wine Dogs editions are photographic journals of stunning pictures interspersed with short essays by Robert Parker Jr., Huon Hooke, Max Allen, Cole Danehower, Dan Berger, Ralph Steadman and many more.

Find out which dog ate a couch, who chewed Bill Clinton’s leg and discover the identity of the dog who stole Robert Mondavi’s heart. Which dog peed in the rain gauge and which hound set himself in quickset cement? The answers to these questions and more winery-canine trivia are all revealed within the various volumes of Wine Dogs.

Wine Dogs travels the world in pursuit of mutts and purebreds to feature in our Wine Dogs books and calendars. Wine Dogs is the definitive guide to dogs living and working in the vineyard, winery and tasting rooms of wineries around the globe.

There are eight volumes of Wine Dogs editions including the latest Wine Dogs Australia 2, Wine Dogs USA 2 and Wine Dogs Italy editions and a host of other products such as our very popular Wine Dogs Calendars.

“You can’t make good wine without a dog” – Peter Lehmann

“A dog is happiest when it is in the shadow of its owner” – Robert Parker

“Behing every successful winemaker sits a faithful bow-wow” – Huon Hooke

“Wine Dogs is one of the most interesting wine books ever published” – David Lett

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