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DC Limo and Bus Companies That’ll Take You to and From Your Winery Tour

Illustrations by Edwin Fotheringham

Reston Limousine

While many wineries aren’t happy to see groups roll in, Reston Limousine (703-478-0500) has partnered with about 20 in the region to offer a tour once or twice a month. You sign up online, meet at the pickup spot, and for $39 are taken to two wineries; tasting fees are extra. Or you can book a private tour.

Point to Point Limousines

For those who prefer to linger at each winery, Point to Point (703-771-8100) offers five-to-seven-hour tours during which you stop at two or three places, all in the same vicinity. Vehicles include an eight-passenger stretch limo and a four-person Cadillac sedan. Prices start at $40 a person, plus tasting fees.

Choice Limousine & Sedan Services

Choice (703-707-0939) offers, well, choice—regarding which wineries you visit and what kind of ride. Customers can pick from such wheels as a ten-passenger Lincoln stretch ($85 an hour) or a 20-passenger Hummer H2 ($155 an hour). Four-hour minimum.

Chariots for Hire

Chariots for Hire (703-790-5466) is for people who don’t mind planning the tour and making winery reservations, although Chariots for Hire can give suggestions. Generally, you visit two or three places in five to seven hours. A Lincoln Town Car starts at $390 for five hours, a 50-person limo bus at $1,425 for five hours.

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This article appears in the May 2017 issue of Washingtonian.

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Sydney is an editorial fellow at Washingtonian Magazine, where she writes about history, news, food, and events. A recent graduate of the College of William & Mary, she is interested in writing and videography. You can follow her on Twitter @sydneykmahan