Order Wine from the Comfort of Your Home from These Wineries

by Jessie Donofrio on Dec 15, 2016 in Wine
With Pennsylvania’s recent passage of more relaxed wine and liquor laws, many folks will now be able to have wine shipped directly to their homes from wineries across the country. The PLCB has a list of over 700 wineries on their site that do direct shipments and TribLive, a Pittsburgh-area website, even put together an interactive map of where wine is available to ship from today. One of the only rules is that individuals can only purchase up to 36 cases of wine per year—that's 432 bottles.
 
We’ve made things a bit easier and rounded up a few of the best sites where you can spread boozy cheer directly from your home.
 
California Wineries
Many popular California wineries are on the list of places you can ship from, meaning you don’t have to take a trip to the Napa Valley or even the local Wine and Spirits to get some great American wine.
 
Far Niente has a great gift collection for the wine connoisseur in your family. Bottles range from as low as $55 to as much as $1000 for all types of budgets. They also have six different wine clubs to join for any types of wine lover in your life.
 
Order a multitude of wines and gifts from the Lede Family Wines website which offers popular brands such as FEL. Lede has bottles as low as $25 a piece—as well as gift sets.
 
This California winery offers bottles as low as $13.75 and offers special discounts for their wine club members. They also offer gift sets and wine paraphernalia starting at $32.
 
This winery offers a wide variety of wines starting at $25. Join their VINsider wine club for 20% off your order.
 
Local Wineries
Want to gift someone who lives far away a taste of PA wine or just don't feel like leaving the house? Order online from one of the many local wineries in our state. 
 
Grab some of Pennsylvania’s own wine online. Some seasonal favorites include the spiced apple wine which is great for mulling and the Holiday Spirit red spiced wine. Chaddsford also has 76ers and Phillies special wines for the sports fan in your family. Bottles start at $11.99.
 
Find bottles in the $16-$35 range at this local PA winery.
 
Wine  Clubs
For even more fun sign someone up for a wine club! Many wineries offer their own clubs but here are a few intermediaries where you can get a wide selection of wines delivered to your home.
 
Clubs of America offers great wine, beer, flower, coffee, cigar and even pizza clubs. Join their wine of the month club for either 2, 3, 5, 6 or 12 months and enjoy a special discount from Groupon.
 
Select your preference of either red, white or mixed on their site and receive 15 bottles per month for $89.99 with free shipping. It’s a good deal for $5.99 a bottle and you can cancel the subscription at any time without penalty.
 
Find anything you could possibly need for a wine lover on wine.com. This site boasts over 10,000 wines and has over a million bottles in their inventory. Besides that they also have great gift sets and plenty of wine accoutrements.
 
Bonus idea!
What pairs perfectly with wine? A cheese of the month subscription! Di Bruno Brothers offers three subscription packages with prices beginning at $149 for three months of delicious cheese and trappings.
 
Photo via Flickr user Jeff Kubina

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