Due to the restrictions of many state laws, we only ship wine to those states where direct shipment is permitted by law. At the present time, we can ship to: AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, HI, IL, LA, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, MT, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, WA, WI
For questions about shipping or for help placing an order, please contact us by emailing email@example.com or calling 209-380-2580.
All packages are shipped using FedEx, UPS and GSO (where available). During the winter and summer months, weather conditions and longer delivery times can often result in the spoilage of your order. Expedited delivery options tend to be worth the added expense in order to protect your investment.
We allow you to select a shipping date that is most convenient for you, and notify you by email when your wines are ready for shipment. Once your order is shipped, you are responsible for receiving it from the common carrier in a timely manner. If you need to reroute or reschedule your shipment for any reason, once it has shipped, a $25 fee will apply as we incur such an expense from the common carrier to redirect shipments. If you or another individual over the age of 21 does not sign for and accept your shipment after three delivery attempts, the wine will be sent back to the winery and restocked. Your order will not be reshipped to you until you have paid additional shipping charges associated with the reshipment.
Due to ever changing direct-shipping laws and regulations, the list of states that we ship to may change at any time. All wines are sold in California and title passes to the buyer in California. We will arrange for shipment on behalf of the buyer, to an address specified by the buyer, provided that in our sole discretion we believe that such shipment will not subject us to the risk of any sort of legal action or other harm. If a buyer lives in a state where the direct shipment of wine may violate the law, we will contact the buyer to discuss shipping options, which may include provision of an alternative shipping address in a state where the direct shipment of wines to consumers is permitted or storage of the wines at an acceptable third-party storage facility.