Wine delivery rules vary across the states.
As of January 2015, 40 of the 50 states allow direct-to-consumer wine delivery.* Each of those states imposes specific limitations on the amount of wine any particular adult state resident may receive by direct shipment. Please check the rules and regulations in your state.
Indigene Cellars uses UPS and a third-party wine shipping company to deliver products. The United States Postal Service does not deliver packages containing alcohol.
- You must be 21 years old or older to order wines.
- Verification of age will be required upon receipt of your wine. Any person unable to provide age verification will forfeit their right to receive the shipment until identification is produced.
- No wine will be delivered to any visibly intoxicated person.
- If you do not have proof-of-age identification available or appear intoxicated, your order will be stored safely at a local depot of the shipping company until the proper identification is presented.
- If you cannot meet the shipping conditions, the product will be returned to the winery. All associated costs will be the responsibility of and charged directly to the customer.
In addition, each state imposes limitations on the amount of wine any particular adult state resident may receive by direct shipment. To ensure that you are able to order wine for a direct shipment from our website, please consult the specific requirements for your state.
*Direct shipping is not available in the following states:
- Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Indiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah
Benefits of Using a Commercial Delivery Address
We strongly encourage you to provide us, whenever possible, with a commercial address for the delivery of your order.
Clothing and other Indigene Cellars merchandise can be shipped to all states.