Yes! When you purchase 12 or more eligible items, you will receive a 10% case discount in the shopping cart. An eligible item typically is a product that does not already have a discount. Sampler packs that already have discounts applied to them them do not count towards the minimum of 12 eligible items. The vast majority of the products on this site are eligible for the case discount.
How will I know when I can pick up my wine from your store?
Will Call orders are picked up from our retail shop at 1605 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, CA. We will send you an email when your order is ready to be picked up. Typically orders are ready to be picked up within 2 business days.
How will I know when my shipment is coming?
You will receive an email from the carrier with a tracking number and estimated arrival date.
When will you ship my wine?
Shipments go out Tuesday through Friday and we try to ship orders so that your wine will arrive during the week that it is shipped.
Will I have to be home to receive my shipment?
Wine shipments require an adult signature and carriers will not leave a wine shipment on your doorstep. We recommend using a work address where anyone over 21 years of age will be able to sign for the package.
How long will it take the shipment to reach me?
All orders are shipped from our Berkeley retail shop. Shipping times are approximate and vary depending on your distance from our location. Shipments go out Tuesday through Friday and we try to ship orders so that your wine will arrive during the week that it is shipped.
Bay Area = 1 – 2 business days from day of shipment California (outside the Bay Area) = 2 – 3 business days from day of shipment Oregon and Washington = 2 – 3 business days from day of shipment Rocky Mountains = 3 – 4 business days from day of shipmentMidwest = 4 – 5 business days from day of shipment
Do you have a store that is open to the public?
Yes! Visit us at 1605 San Pablo Ave. in Berkeley, California.
Can I get the same wines online as you have in your store?
If a wine is on our website, you’ll also find it in our store. But if a wine is in our store, you might not find it on our website. We recently launched our online store so we are in still “beta” mode. As we learn and develop during this period, we plan to expand what we offer online. At this time we do not offer "pre-arrival" sales on our website. If you don’t see a wine on our website that you believe we have available, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 510-524-1524.
How do you ship wine when temperatures are very hot or very cold?
We take the shipping of your wine very seriously and recommend postponing shipments during periods of very hot (highs of 80° or more) or very cold (highs of 25° or below) weather. If we find that the weather in your area is either too hot or too cold to ship, we will contact you. We then hold the wine at our retail store and we will contact you when weather improves in your area. If you feel that our prediction for weather in your area is not accurate and would like your wine shipped anyway, just let us know and we’ll send it along.
There’s an issue with my order. Who do I contact?
If you are not satisfied with your purchase from us, or if we have made an error in fulfilling your order, please reply to any email already associated with your order, email us at email@example.com, or call at 510-524-1524. Our staff will review each case on an individual basis based on the facts and circumstances and we guarantee that it will be resolved promptly.
What payment options do you have?
We take Visa, Mastercard, or American Express. Through our website, we do not accept checks or money orders.
Can I send my order as a gift?
Yes. Just let us know in the Gift Message section at checkout, and we'll include a card and make sure NOT to include pricing on the packing slip.
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