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Lyft will be your designated driver for Virginia Wine Month

It’s that time of year: The leaves are changing, and Loudoun’s numerous wineries and tasting rooms are gearing up for Virginia Wine Month.

That’s why Visit Loudoun has partnered with Lyft for a special October promotion that connects visitors to Loudoun’s vineyards especially for Virginia Wine Month.

During the month of October, the ride-sharing app will provide discounted rides to and from Loudoun wineries. Participating wineries include Cana Vineyards, Bluemont Vineyard, 868 Estate Vineyards, Sunset Hills Vineyard, Tarara Winery and Willowcroft Farm Vineyards.

"We're thrilled to partner with Visit Loudoun during Virginia Wine Month," Steve Taylor, general manager with Lyft in Washington, D.C., said in a prepared statement. "We’re glad to be a part of this special time of year. Partnering with Loudoun County not only ensures that passengers can rely on Lyft's safe, reliable, and affordable rides on-demand, but it increases the opportunity for those in the area to earn income through driving with Lyft."

To participate in the promotion, passengers can use the code VAWINEMONTH20 between 10/9-10/31 to get 20 percent off two Lyft rides. New Lyft riders can get $5 off three rides with code WINEMONTH15.

The partnership extends to Visit Loudoun’s new DC’s Wine Country Passport. Use the code LyftLoCo to get $5 off the passport, which provides discounted tastings, 10 percent off purchases and other exclusive deals at more than 20 Loudoun wineries. Visitors can purchase a three-day passport for $25 or an annual one for $55 – both valued at more than $165.

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