Virginia Wine Tours

Public & Private Winery Tours

Our limo wine tours encompass over 40 wineries in Loudoun County, 20 in Fauquier County, and a total of 250 within Virginia. Destinations range from Purcellville, Roundhill, and Bluemont to Leesburg, Ashburn, and beyond.

Recognizing the challenge of selecting wineries for your Virginia wine tour, we’ve dedicated resources and tips on this page to assist in planning your ideal private or public wine tour.

Choosing Wineries For Your Private Winery Tour

Here are some suggestions for stops on your private winery tour:

Near DC: Limited time in Arlington, Alexandria, or Tysons? Head to Paradise Springs Winery or The Winery at Bull Run, both open daily from 11 a.m.

Scenic views: Enjoy picturesque settings at Hillsborough Vineyards, Breaux Vineyards, and Bluemont Vineyard, recommended by Visit Loudoun.

Dining options: At Winery 32 in Leesburg, Chef and Co-Owner Michael Moosher offer weekend entrees, while Executive Chef Arthur Clarke oversees Grandale Restaurant at 868 Estate Vineyards.

Here’s a pairing you’ll love: Discover two family-owned properties offering a range of libations:

Planning Your Luxury Wine Tour

Here are some questions to help you get started planning your private winery tour:

With more than 40 wineries on the Loudoun Wine Trail alone, choosing the stops on your tour can be daunting.

This will determine the size of vehicle and contributes to the cost of the tour. To determine what type of vehicle you would need, click here to visit our fleet. Keep in mind some of the wineries are limited in size and space. For corporate groups with large numbers of attendees, one option may be to travel in separate buses and to different wineries rather than going all at once to the same location.

The number of hours also contributes to the cost – once you have determined which vehicle you would need, you can the amount of time you have available also helps to determine how many wineries you are able to visit in that time period. We generally estimate about 6.5 hours for a tour of two wineries: an hour to get to the wineries (depending on pickup location), 1 ½ hours at each winery, 15 minutes transit time between wineries (depending on which wineries are selected), and an hour for the return.

Immerse yourself in Virginia’s picturesque landscape, just 25 miles from Washington DC. Start your journey in Hillsboro, where Hillsborough Vineyards awaits atop a mountain slope. Experience their renovated 1840s stone barn tasting room and terrace, offering breathtaking views of Loudoun Valleys and the Blue Ridge Mountains.


Next, venture northwest to Breaux Vineyards, spanning 404 acres with over 100 acres of vineyard. Meander through their manicured lawns to enjoy panoramic views of the vineyards and Short Hill Mountain from the tasting room, Patio Madeleine, and terraces.


Conclude your day at Bluemont Vineyards, perched 951 feet above sea level on the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Revel in the stunning countryside vistas, including views of the Washington Monument on clear days. With indoor and outdoor seating, Bluemont Vineyards invites guests to savor the scenery and indulge in the beauty of DC’s Wine Country.