We currently ship to the following states: CA, ID, LA, MO, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, OR, VA, WV, WY.
Further, in the following states, all orders accepted by and made by licensed in-state retailers: AZ, CO, CT, DC, FL, HI, IA, IL, IN, MA, MI, MN, NJ, OH, WA.
Note we are only able to ship to certain zip codes in Indiana. Please call customer service at 1-855-263-8989, to determine whether we can ship to your Indiana zip code.
In Texas, all wine will be sold by Texas licensed Winery Landon Winery, located at 2508 Lee Street, Greenville, TX, 75401, Phone: 1-903-454-7878.
We cannot ship wine to these states at this time: AK, AL, AR, DE, GA, KS, KY, MD, ME, MS, MT, NC, NY, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, UT, VT, WI.
Note that we are working hard to open shipping to new states when possible. Please send us a quick note so we can notify you of any changes to our shipping policy.
Shipping calculations are displayed when you enter your zip code in your cart and vary depending on the number of bottles. The standard shipping fee for ongoing 6-bottle club shipments is $19.95.
The cost for typical purchase quantities and gift sizes are as follows:
Shipping and any applicable state sales tax will be added to your order at checkout.
Estimated arrival dates are provided in checkout and in your order history. We ship new or first club shipment orders every week; ongoing wine club shipments are sent at the beginning of the applicable month. Depending on the state you are shipping to, the shipment can take 2-10 days to arrive, but may be longer depending on a number of factors. We will send you an email the day your wine club package ships, which includes a link with a tracking number to allow you to track your shipment. You can also track the status of your shipment through your account on globalwinecellars.com.
An adult 21-years-of-age or older must be present to sign for the shipment. For this reason, some customers find it best to use a business address as their shipping address.
Note: to protect your wine, we occasionally need to delay wine shipments to avoid periods of extreme weather, either hot or cold.