Are there states or zip codes where Winc cannot deliver wine? Are there shipping restrictions on specific wines?Updated 2 months ago
Are there states where Winc cannot deliver wine?
We are only able to ship to states which have laws that permit shipment of wine directly to consumers. Currently, we are unable to accept orders that are delivered to addresses in AK, AL, AR, DE, HI, KY, MS, RI, SD, and UT. However, if you live in one of these states and want to send a gift or shipment to an address outside of those listed above, you are able to do so.
Michigan (MI): Orders going to a delivery address in Michigan, title to and ownership of the alcoholic beverages passes from Licensed Retailers to the buyer in the State in which the sale occurs, and buyer takes all responsibility for the product being transported from the state of sale to Michigan. Buyer may make independent delivery arrangements. Sales tax will be applied based on the Licensed Retailer’s location.
The laws regarding the direct wine shipments are constantly changing. We will expand our service area when laws permit and are optimistic that these restrictions will gradually disappear as consumer demand grows.
You can find more information and a state-by-state analysis of shipping laws on the Wine Institute site.
Are there specific zip codes where Winc cannot deliver wine?
Additionally, there are certain zip codes which do not allow the shipment of wine in Florida, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and West Virginia. If you live in one of these areas, please contact us, so we can see if we can come up with a shipping solution tailored to you!
Here is the list of dry zip codes:
Florida: Day 32013, Mayo 32066, Bristol 32321, Hosford 32334, Sumatra 32335, Telogia 32360, Caryville 32427, Ebro 32437, Wausau 32463, Chipley 32428, Vernon 32462
New Hampshire: Ellsworth 3223, Ellsworth 3266, Monroe 3771, Sharon 3458