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Alcohol Shipping Inormation

All wine juices are non alcoholic and can be shipped to all 50 states.

Alcoholic Drink Baskets that are marked ship US only are not available in all states

Wine Shipment by state

The following briefly describes what each state permits, prohibits or limits in respect to interstate and in-state direct shipments of wine, along with details on how much wine (if any) consumers may buy and the requirements for it to be legally shipped. Case limits refer to the amount of wine that a winery may ship to each consumer in the specified time frame. (One case equals 9 liters, or 12 standard 750ml bottles; 2 cases is equivalent to 5 gallons.)

Alabama Direct shipping prohibited. Consumers may order wines from out-of-state wineries but must obtain permission from the state liquor authority and have the wine sent to an ABC store for pickup and payment of taxes.

Alaska Winery direct shipping permitted; direct retailer shipping permitted, except to dry communities.

Arizona Winery direct shipping permitted. Retailer shipping prohibited.

Arkansas Direct shipping prohibited, with on-site exception: Consumers must visit the winery in person to have wine shipped to their home, up to 1 case per calendar quarter. Retailer shipping prohibited.

California Winery direct shipping permitted; reciprocal retailer shipping permitted.

Colorado Winery direct shipping permitted; retailer shipping prohibited.

Connecticut Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 5 gallons every two months; retailer shipping prohibited.

Delaware Direct shipping prohibited, with on-site exception: Delaware residents may visit an out-of-state winery and bring or ship wine back to their homes, but shipping by common carriers (FedEx, UPS) is prohibited. Retailer shipping prohibited.

District of Columbia Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 1 case per month; retailer shipping permitted.

Florida Winery direct shipping permitted; retailer shipping prohibited.

Georgia Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Hawaii Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 6 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Idaho Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 24 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Illinois Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Indiana Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 24 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Iowa Winery direct shipping permitted; retailer shipping prohibited.

Kansas Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Kentucky Prohibitively limited winery direct shipping. Kentucky residents may have wine shipped to them from small wineries making 50,000 gallons of wine or less per year, except in dry counties, however, common carriers (FedEx, UPS) will not deliver to Kentucky. Retailer shipping prohibited.

Louisiana Limited winery direct shipping permitted. Wineries may ship wines that are not carried by a Louisiana distributor, up to 12 cases per year. Retailer shipping permitted.

Maine Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Maryland Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 18 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Massachusetts Winery direct shipping permitted, effective Jan. 1, 2015, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Michigan Winery direct shipping permitted; retailer shipping prohibited.

Minnesota Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Mississippi Direct shipping prohibited.

Missouri Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per month; retailer direct shipping prohibited.

Montana Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 18 cases per year; retailer direct shipping prohibited.

Nebraska Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 1 case per month; retailer shipping permitted.

Nevada Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping permitted.

New Hampshire Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping permitted.

New Jersey Limited winery direct shipping. New Jersey residents may have up to 12 cases of wine per year shipped to their home from small wineries making 250,000 gallons of wine or less per year. Retailer shipping prohibited.

New Mexico Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per month; reciprocal retailer shipping permitted.

New York Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 36 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

North Carolina Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per month; retailer shipping prohibited.

North Dakota Winery direct shipping permitted; retailer shipping permitted.

Ohio Limited winery direct shipping. Ohio residents may have up to 24 cases of wine per year shipped to their home from small wineries making 250,000 gallons of wine or less per year. Retailer shipping prohibited.

Oklahoma Winery direct shipping permitted, effective October 2018.

Oregon Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per month; retailer shipping permitted.

Pennsylvania Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 36 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Rhode Island Direct shipping prohibited, with on-site exception: Rhode Island residents may visit an out-of-state winery and have wine shipped to them, however, it is illegal for a common carrier (FedEx, UPS) to deliver wine in Rhode Island to anyone who does not have a valid wholesaler license. Retailer shipping prohibited.

South Carolina Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per month; retailer shipping prohibited.

South Dakota Effective January 2016, winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Tennessee Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 3 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Texas Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 4 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Utah Direct shipping prohibited.

Vermont Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Virginia Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per month; retailer shipping permitted.

Washington Winery direct shipping permitted; retailer shipping prohibited.

West Virginia Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per month; retailer shipping permitted.

Wisconsin Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 12 cases per year; retailer shipping prohibited.

Wyoming Winery direct shipping permitted, up to 2 cases per year; retailer shipping permitted.

Other Alcoholic drinks i.e Beer and spirits have different laws, please see your state department for more information on the legislation in your state.