- Which states can you not ship wine to?
- Can wine be shipped to Massachusetts?
- Can you send a bottle of wine in the mail?
- Can I ship wine internationally?
- Can you ship wine via FedEx?
- Can I ship wine to a friend as a gift?
- Can you ship wine to Kentucky?
- Can alcohol be shipped to Massachusetts?
- Can you ship wine ups?
Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky and South Carolina have statutory provisions that allow wine to be shipped into the state when purchased by the customer on-site at the winery.
Rhode Island allows intoxicating beverages to be shipped when purchased on-site.
The remaining states only allow direct wine shipments.
Which states can you not ship wine to?
Residents of Utah, Oklahoma, Delaware, Alabama, Mississippi, and Kentucky may not receive any DTC wine shipments, for the most part; in Utah, non-compliance is actually a felony.
Can wine be shipped to Massachusetts?
As of today, FedEx has been shipping into Massachusetts since February 1st, however, UPS is not shipping wine into or out of the state. Below are the names of the wineries that are permitted to ship into Massachusetts. If you live in Massachusetts and love great wine, order wine from these fantastic producers.
Can you send a bottle of wine in the mail?
Unfortunately, it’s against the law for an unlicensed person to ship a bottle of wine to a friend — or anyone else for that matter. And, if you are licensed to ship wine, you have to have a special contract with UPS for shipping wine. Some states allow only on-site visitors to a winery to ship wine.
Can I ship wine internationally?
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You can ship alcohol internationally with FedEx Express services only. No FedEx International Ground® service can be used for shipping alcohol internationally.
Can you ship wine via FedEx?
FedEx accepts shipments of alcohol (beer, wine, and spirits) within the U.S. and for both U.S. import and export when the shipper and the recipient are licensed to import and/or export alcohol.
Can I ship wine to a friend as a gift?
Mailing wine as a gift isn’t technically legal anywhere in the United States, as it’s illegal to send alcohol in any form through the U.S. mail. Wine must be shipped through commercial carriers. Both UPS and FedEx will ship alcohol in certain circumstances.
Can you ship wine to Kentucky?
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. Louisiana Limited winery direct shipping permitted.
Can alcohol be shipped to Massachusetts?
FAQs about alcohol delivery in Massachusetts
Yes, alcohol delivery is perfectly legal in the cities and states we serve.
Can you ship wine ups?
UPS only accepts packages containing wine from shippers who are licensed under applicable law and who have signed and entered into a contract with UPS for the transportation of wine. UPS does not accept shipments of beer or alcohol for delivery to consumers.