Wine Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

If you’re reading about wine inspired dog names, then you’re probably a wonderful sniffer just the way your pooch is. You both love the world of smells and all the senses in general. Wine is all about the full sensory experience, and if you’re looking to “pair” your adorable pup with the pawfect wine name, then you’re in the right place. We’ll look to the vineyard for some great ideas for that new collar. Get ready to make a toast because today is the day you find a moniker that’ll certainly make you raise your wine glass and say, “Cheers!”

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Wine Inspired Dog Name Considerations

If you’re a wine-lover and a dog-lover as well, get ready to turn to the bottle for some answers. Whether you’re a fan of white or red, into imported or homeland tastes, or even attempting to make your own wine for the first time, why not flip through and test your knowledge of wine, and hunt for a dog name that way? There are seemingly endless options when you really think about it. Get together with friends (and with some wine, of course), and brainstorm some “grape” choices.

Use our name guide below to get yourself started. Try on a few of the names, and see how your dog responds. Note their tail-wagging and ear-raising; it’s usually a good sign that your little buddy is liking the title. You might name your pup after certain wines you adore or after a favorite vineyard or country. Types of grapes might even give you a clue regarding what you should call your four-legged fur child. Think of your adventures, vacations, world travels, parties, and huge moments in which wine has been your friend. You’ve got a new friend in your life now, so make the connection. Wine helps us celebrate, unwind, completely relax, and just simply enjoy life a little (or a lot) more. You can’t imagine your days without your fluffy sidekick and a cork that’s been popped!

Male Wine Inspired Dog Names

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Riesling
Light, fresh wine, often smelling of newly picked apples
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Sauvignon
For Sauvignon Blanc
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Blanc
For Sauvignon Blanc
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Syrah
Bears a flavor of wild fruit and black pepper
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Merlot
Soft, herbal wine; often offered to first-time, red-wine drinkers
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Cabby
After Cabernet Sauvignon
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Pinot
For Pinot Noir
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Zinfandel
A fruit-forward and spicy red wine
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Gris
For Pinot Gris
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Franc
After Cabernet Franc
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Bordeaux
For Bordeaux Blend
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Sangiovese
After the noble grape of Tuscany
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Tempranillo
A Spanish red wine
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Rhone
After the Rhone Blend
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Gamay
For the French wine
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Semillon
A citrus-driven and herbal wine
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Viognier
A perfume-forward and floral wine
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Vermentino
Bitter Italian wine
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Verdejo
For the Spanish wine
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Gruner
After the Austrian, veggie-forward Gruner Veltliner
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Albarino
Citrus and floral wine from Spain
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Moscato
Also known as Muscat Blanc
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Torrontes
Much like Moscato but more bitter and dry
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Chenin
For Chenin Blanc
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Malbec
A popular fruit-forward wine in America
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Nebbiolo
An Italian wine, born in the northern mountains
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Albarino
For the Spanish white grape that makes crisp white wines
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Barolo
An Italian red wine that’s highly regarded
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Brunello
A rare, costly Tuscan red wine
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Champ
Short for champagne

Female Wine Inspired Dog Names

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Chardonnay
A rich, citrusy wine with buttery tones
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Noir
For Pinot Noir
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Shiraz
Another name for Syrah
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Grigio
For Pinot Grigio
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Carmenere
Wine from Chile; similar to Merlot
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Meritage
Another name for Bordeaux Blend
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Malbee
From Argentina; boasts coffee and chocolate flavors
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Petit
After the American wine Petit Sirah
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Auslese
A German white wine
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Constantia
Sweet wine from South Africa
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Roussane
A white wine grape of the northern Rhone Valley
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Cava
Spanish sparkling wine
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Sherry
A wine from southern Spain
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Ali
After Aligoté, the white wine grape grown in Burgundy
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Retsina
For the Greek white wine
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Nebbi
Like Debbi, short for the great grape of Northern Italy
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Madeira
A wine named for the island where its grapes grow
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Frascati
For the Italian, fruity white wine
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Claret
British terms for red Bordeaux wine
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Blush
An American term for Rosé
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Rioja
The most famous Spanish wine on the U.S. wine market
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Sparkling
For those lovely, bubbling, sparkling wine
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Rosé
For the increasingly popular pink wine
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Burgundy
For the best wine money can buy
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Muscadet
For the French wine
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Soave
A bitter wine, made with the Garganega grape
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Carignan
A savory, herbal wine
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Garnacha
Another name for Grenache
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Pinotage
South African wine with smokey notes
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Monastrell
Also known as Mourvedre

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