SHIPPING POLICY:

Due to the restrictions of many state laws, we only ship wine to those states where direct shipment is permitted by law.  Here is a list of *restricted* states:

Arkansas
Delaware
Indiana
Kentucky
Louisiana
Mississippi
New Jersey
Oklahoma
Rhode Island
Utah

In addition, each state imposes limitations on the amount of wine any particular adult may receive by direct shipment. To ensure that you are able to order wine for direct shipment from our website, please consult the specific state requirements for your state below.

Please note that all orders must be placed by persons over the age of 21 years, and that age verification will be required upon receipt of your wine. No wine will be delivered to visibly intoxicated persons and any person unable to provide age verification will forfeit their right to receive the shipment until identification is produced. In such circumstances the order may either be held in storage at a local depot of the shipping company until appropriate identification is produced, or shipped back to the winery. All associated costs will be the responsibility of and be charged to the customer.

At the present time, we *can* ship to the following states:

Alabama: No current limitations.  Must ship to an ABC store.
Alaska: No current limitations. Shipping is prohibited in dry areas.
Arizona: Purchases limited to six (6) cases per customer per year.
California: No current limitations.
Colorado: No current limitations.
Connecticut: Purchases limited to five (5) gallons per consumer every two months.
District of Columbia: Purchases limited to one (1) case per consumer per month.
Florida: No current limitations.
Georgia: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per household per year.
Hawaii: Purchases limited to six (6) cases per household per year.
Idaho: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per shipment; cannot exceed 24 cases per consumer per year.
Illinois: Direct shipment of up to twelve (12) cases per consumer per year.
Iowa: No current limitations.
Kansas: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per consumer per year.
Maine: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per household per year.
Maryland: Eighteen (18) cases per household per year.
Massachusetts: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per consumer per year.
Michigan: No current limitations.
Minnesota: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per year.
Missouri: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per month.
Montana: Purchases limited to two (18) cases per consumer per year.
Nebraska: Purchases limited to one (1) case per consumer per month.
Nevada: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per consumer per year starting July 1.
New Hampshire: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per household per year.
New Mexico: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per month.
New York: Purchases limited to thirty-six (36) cases per consumer per year.
North Carolina: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per month.
North Dakota: Purchases limited to three (3) cases per consumer per month.
Ohio: Purchases limited to twenty-four (24) cases per household per year.
Oregon: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per month.
Pennsylvania: Purchases limited to thirty-six (36) cases per consumer per year.
South Carolina: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per month.
South Dakota: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per consumer per month.
Tennessee: Purchases limited to three (3) cases per consumer per year.
Texas: No current limitations.
Vermont: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per consumer per year.
Virginia: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per month.
Washington: No current limitations.
West Virginia: Purchases limited to two (2) cases per consumer per month.
Wisconsin: Purchases limited to twelve (12) cases per consumer per year.
Wyoming: Purchases limited to four (4) cases per household per year beginning July 1.