Summer in the Vineyards

Spend the summer in the vineyards, where you can enjoy music and other entertainment afternoon and night, without worrying about traffic, parking or designated drivers. How? Reston Limousine offers two ways: book a seat on a public wine tour to two area wineries each Saturday and Sunday, or customize your own tour with a private vehicle for a small or large group of family and friends.

Our July 11th public wine tour, for instance, will take guests first to  Notaviva Vineyards and then to Sunset Hills Vineyard, where the band Small Town plays from 2-5 p.m.

If you’re looking for evening performances, you can reserve a vehicle to transport you and your guests to Tarara Winery’s Sounds of Summer concert series on Saturday evenings through October 2nd.   To view the concert lineup, click here.

Here are some other special events to consider for a private winery tour:
Wine & Dine on Rt 9, Hillsborough Vineyards
Friday, July 9

Enjoy live music, mouth-watering food and discounted wine selections at Hillsborough Vineyards’ new event, Wine & Dine on Rt 9. This month’s band is the contemporary and traditional bluegrass band, The Zekiah Swamp Cats, who will play from 6-10 p.m. Admission is free, food and wine are available for purchase. For more information, visit

The Race Through Tuscany, Three Fox Vineyards
Saturday, July 10
TriPerformance will host a 5K and a 1 mile “Fun Run”. Come take a run or a walk through the rolling hills and vineyards that are so reminiscent of Tuscany. For more information, visit

5th Annual Key West Festival, Breaux Vineyards
Saturday, July 17

Take a trip to Key West for Breaux Vineyards’ annual daylong festival, featuring a reggae band starting at 11 a.m. followed by a Jimmy Buffett cover band (the Key West Band). “The Vineyard in Paradise” ends at 6 p.m. For tickets and more information, visit

Herb & Wine Pairing, Corcoran Vineyard
Sunday, July 25
Join winemaker Lori Corcoran in this special culinary event from 3-4 p.m., when she will be pairing 5 wines with several herbs in the wine garden by the winery. For tickets and more information, visit

Byzantine Icon, Doukenie Winery
Thursday, July 29

Doukenie resident artist Isabelle Truchon provides a glimpse in the art of icon writing. Participants will create icons on a 3×4” wood panel using gilding and tempura paints. For cost and more information, visit

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