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Shipping of Wine

Due to the complexity of local laws regarding the shipment of wine, shipping rates and schedules vary depending on your “ship-to” state. We currently ship wine to 20 states, however some of our items may be unavailable in certain of these states. Wine orders are shipped through a licensee and may require additional shipping time depending on which state you live in. Wine orders are shipped via either UPS Ground or FedEx Ground.


States we ship to:

AK, AZ, CA, DC, FL, ID, IL, IA, KS, LA, MI, MO, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, OH, OR, WY


Adult Signature Required

All orders containing alcoholic beverages require an adult signature upon delivery. For this reason, we strongly encourage you to provide us with a commercial address for delivery of your wine purchases whenever possible.


Order Tracking:

Please contact customer service for order tracking information.


Shipping Holds Due to Weather

We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. We constantly monitor weather conditions and may hold your wine orders during periods of extreme heat in order to avoid damage.

 
Shipping & Handling Charges

Shipping & Handling charges are noted during the check-out process.

Multiple Delivery Attempts

Shipping & Handling charges are noted during the check-out process.


If no one is available to receive your package two subsequent attempts to deliver will be made. If delivery still cannot be made, your order will be returned to us. Wine orders require an adult signature, so whenever possible, we strongly encourage you to use a commercial business address to assure the fastest delivery time.


Shipping Schedules

Direct / Reciprocal States
AK, CA, ID, IL, LA, MO, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, OR, WV, WY

The following table represents general transit time guidelines for these states. Please note that in order to avoid having your wines sitting in a hot shipping facility over a weekend, wines to these states will only be shipped on a Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday (your order must be received by 9am Pacific the day prior):

 

Direct States Processing Time Transit Time Total Estimated
Delivery Time
Alaska 1 Business Day 2 to 3 Business Days 3 to 4 Business Days
California 1 Business Day 1 to 2 Business Days 2 to 3 Business Days
Idaho 1 Business Day 2 to 3 Business Days 3 to 4 Business Days
Illinois 1 Business Day 4 to 5 Business Days 5 to 6 Business Days
Louisiana 1 Business Day 4 to 5 Business Days 5 to 6 Business Days
Missouri 1 Business Day 3 to 4 Business Days 4 to 5 Business Days
Nebraska 1 Business Day 2 to 3 Business Days 3 to 4 Business Days
Nevada 1 Business Day 1 to 2 Business Days 2 to 3 Business Days
New Hampshire 1 Business Day 4 to 5 Business Days 5 to 6 Business Days
New Mexico 1 Business Day 2 to 3 Business Days 3 to 4 Business Days
North Dakota 1 Business Day 4 to 5 Business Days 5 to 6 Business Days
Oregon 1 Business Day 2 to 3 Business Days 3 to 4 Business Days
West Virginia 1 Business Day 4 to 5 Business Days 5 to 6 Business Days
Wyoming 1 Business Day 2 to 3 Business Days 3 to 4 Business Days

 
3 Tier States
AZ, CO, CT, DC, FL, IN, MA, MI, NJ, NY, TX, WI

These states have highly regulated laws. These orders must be shipped through a licensee and will require additional transit time. Orders must be received by 10am Pacific on Tuesday in order to ship by Thursday of the same week. Orders received after the cutoff will ship on Thursday of the following week.

The following table represents transit time guidelines for wine orders to these states:

 

3 Tier States Processing Time Transit Time Total Estimated Delivery Time
Arizona 1 to 7 Business Days 14 to 30 Business Days 15 to 37 Business Days
Colorado 1 to 7 Business Days 2 to 3 Business Days 3 to 10 Business Days
Connecticut 1 to 7 Business Days 4 to 5 Business Days 5 to 12 Business Days
D.C. 1 to 7 Business Days 5 to 7 Business Days 6 to 14 Business Days
Florida 1 to 7 Business Days 6 to 10 Business Days 7 to 17 Business Days
Massachusetts 1 to 7 Business Days 6 to 10 Business Days 7 to 17 Business Days
Michigan 1 to 7 Business Days 6 to 10 Business Days 7 to 17 Business Days
New Jersey 1 to 7 Business Days 6 to 10 Business Days 7 to 17 Business Days
New York 1 to 7 Business Days 5 to 7 Business Days 6 to 14 Business Days
Texas 1 to 7 Business Days 5 to 7 Business Days 6 to 14 Business Days
Wisconsin 1 to 7 Business Days 4 to 5 Business Days 5 to 12 Business Days


  
Bottle Limits & Availability

In some instances, state laws regulate product availability and/or wine purchase limitations. Working within state and local laws may prevent our ability to fulfill your order requests. We currently ship wine to 26 states. Certain states allow a specific number of bottles per order.

Following is a list of bottle limits by state:

 

Illinois: Limit is 2 cases per year per consumer per address
Louisiana: Limit is 4 cases per year per consumer per address.
Missouri: Limit is 2 cases per year per consumer per address.
Nebraska: Limit is 1 case per month per consumer per address.
Nevada: Limit is 12 cases per year per consumer per address.
New Hampshire: Limit is 60 bottles (up to 1 liter each) per calendar year per consumer per address.
New Mexico: Limit is 2 cases per month per consumer per address.
North Dakota: Limit is 1 case (9 liters) per month consumer per address.
Oregon: Limit is 2 cases per month per consumer per address.
West Virginia: Limit is 2 cases per month per consumer per address.
Wyoming: Limit is 2 cases per 12 month period per consumer per address.
 
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