Our Favorite Local Winery Animals

We thought it’d be fun to share pictures of our favorite local winery animals. Most small local wineries have an animal or two, a mascot if you will. These animals are most certainly part of the charm of these craft boutique vineyards and wineries.

Without further ado, we present………

Pinot the Pig – CityScape Winery – Pelzer, SC (Photo Credit: Josh Jones)

Henry the Peacock – Catawba Farms Vineyard – Newton, NC

Cooper – Mountain Brook Vineyards – Tryon, NC (Photo Credit unknown, used with permission)

LuLu – Parker-Binns Vineyards – Mill Spring, NC

Buddy – Shadow Springs Vineyards – Hamptonville, NC

Buddy is 17 years old and deaf by the way!

Stiv @ – Russian Chapel Hills Winery – Columbus, NC

Bruno – Brandon Hills Vineyards – Yadkinville, NC

Brownie the Goat – Deep Water Vineyards. – Wadmalaw Island (Charleston), SC

Maggie, and Tipsy always greet guest arriving at Enoree River Vineyards in Newberry, S.C.

Merle (Merlot) and Bear – Misty Creek Vineyards – Mocksville, NC

Bear getting attention from our friend WillMax and Shamus – OverMountain Vineyards – Tryon, NC.

Shamus chillin’ in his favorite chair..

Max relaxin’ on the patio (Photo credit: Belinda King)

Chloe guarding the vines @ Jones Von Drehle Vineyards In Thurmond, N.C.

At our Winery Escapades homestead, we have two; Miss Bella Rose our Dalmatian and Leo our Speagle -Spaniel mix rescue.

First Bella and playing in the snow

And Leo our Springer-Spaniel Beagle mix rescue.

As our tribute to a really awesome dog we just met at Parker-Binns Vineyards, meet Cuma! Cuma is ill and his wonderful pet parents are taking him on a bucket list of adventures. He was such a sweet dog with a beautiful soft coat. Pray for Cuma!

Keep it going! Please share with us your favorite pictures of your beloved pets or favorite winery animals. Cheers!

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