Shipping Policies

Insider’s Wine Club

Illinois:
1-3 bottles: $15.30
4-6 bottles: $18.00
7-12 bottles: $22.50

Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota,
Missouri, Wisconsin:
1-3 bottles: $17.10
4-6 bottles: $19.80
7-12 bottles: $26.10

Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, Florida, Texas, Washington DC:
1-3 bottles: $19.80
4-6 bottles: $24.30
7-12 bottles: $33.30

Non-members

Illinois:
1-3 bottles: $17
4-6 bottles: $20
7-12 bottles: $25

Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota,
Missouri, Wisconsin:
1-3 bottles: $19
4-6 bottles: $22
7-12 bottles: $29

Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Montana, Texas, Washington DC:
1-3 bottles: $22
4-6 bottles: $27
7-12 bottles: $37

Policies

Shipping policies: Please remember to notify us of any address changes. Shipments may be delayed due to extreme temperatures. We are not responsible for misdirected shipments. Three attempts to deliver your wine are made. For Insider’s Wine Club members, after those three attempts, the member incurs the costs of failed delivery.

Because of state regulations on shipments of alcohol, currently we can only ship to the following states for online purchases¹:
Arizona³, California, Colorado, Washington D.C., Florida², Illinois, Indiana³, Iowa, Michigan³, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana⁴, Texas, and Wisconsin

For non-Insider’s Club purchases only: If the purchaser is present at the Tasting Room, August Hill Winery and Illinois Sparkling Co. can ship to the above states as well as the following states¹:
Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Rhode Island.

¹ Many states also have quantity limitations on the amount of wine that may be shipped, please click here for details.
² Some counties in Florida are designated as dry counties; we cannot ship to these counties.
³ Arizona, Indiana, and Michigan law require us to obtain a copy of a drivers license verifying the shipper is 21 or older.
⁴ In Montana, shipping wine with alcohol % higher than 16% is prohibited; therefore, we cannot ship Augie’s Blackberry to Montana.

Not happy with your state’s shipping laws? Visit freethegrapes.org to make a stance.