New Jersey Wine Delivery
Can you ship wine to New Jersey?
The State of New Jersey allows wineries outside of New Jersey who produce less than 106,000 cases of wine each year to deliver wine to New Jersey households via Common Carrier (FedEx, UPS, etc.). New Jersey does not permit out-of-state retailers to ship wine to New Jersey residents, though
Limited options exist for wine delivery from retailers to NJ residents.
What to know and where to shop online
Why waste time finding the perfect wine only to find out you can’t get it shipped to New Jersey?
Start your shopping with my verified list of wine sellers — wine stores, wine subscriptions, and wine gift services — who offer delivery to NJ. This is not a complete list.
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How to get wine delivered in New Jersey
Whether you are shipping to yourself, a friend, a colleague, or a family member, you must purchase alcohol and have it mailed by an entity with a valid liquor license.
As a non-licensee it is never legal for you to ship alcohol yourself in the United States, much less to NJ residents.
Wine may be delivered New Jersey via FedEx, UPS, or other private shippers, but the USPS does not permit the shipping of alcohol of any kind. These types of services deliver wine to NJ:
- Wine Clubs ship to New Jersey
- Wine Gifts delivered to New Jersey
- Wine delivered to New Jersey via FedEx or UPS
- Same-day wine delivery in New Jersey
- Wineries who deliver to New Jersey
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Did you know? In New Jersey, outdated wine shipping laws going back to Prohibition are still in place, impeding or outright preventing interstate shipping of certain wines from retailers directly to consumers. The wine you personally can buy is limited by these outdated laws. The links above will get you to wines who can deliver to you, but which wines they are allowed to send you may be limited by these laws. Want more choices? Communicate with your state legislature through the action form at Free The Grapes!
Same-Day & Local Wine Delivery
Drizly and Instacart offer same-day wine delivery in New Jersey
Same-Day Delivery is available in these New Jersey Cities:
FreshDirect: Northern New Jersey, Central New Jersey, Southern New Jersey, Jersey Shore (Summer only)
MiniBar: Central Jersey, North Jersey, South Jersey, The Jersey Shore
Total Wine: Cherry Hill, River Edge, Union, West Orange
Featured Same-Day Wine Delivery Deals
Wine gift delivery to New Jersey
Featured Wine Club for New Jersey
International Premier Club
From $41.95 per 2-bottle shipment
An old-school wine of the month club that has every detail buttoned down tight. If you want to discover affordable wines from around the world, and you want a reliable service to deliver them, the International Wine of the Month Club’s Premier Series is a great place to start.
These wine gift services deliver to NJ
Wine subscriptions who deliver to New Jersey
Wine Subscriptions: Some wine of the month clubs are both retailers and wineries (like Firstleaf and Nakedwines.com), so they are able to ship wine as a producer (a better delivery experience for NJ residents).
There are other legal ways to ship wine to New Jersey residents but we don’t check how each wine subscription service goes about doing it — the companies who offer wine subscriptions are responsible for the legalities of their shipping policies.
Featured Wine Club for New Jersey
Picked by Wine.com
From $120 per 6-bottle shipment
A personalized wine club where your wines are individually chosen for you by a sommelier who gets to know your preferences. Your selections are chosen from the largest inventory of online wine available in the United States at Wine.com.
These wine clubs deliver to NJ
Wineries who deliver wine to New Jersey
Wineries: Wine producers (wineries and vineyards) must be licensed by the New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety (Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control) to ship wine directly to consumers. There is an annual limit of 12 cases per producer per NJ resident. Wines available can be ordered from wine producers and delivered to you.
Featured New Jersey deals
6 bottles for $44.95 / Save 50% — Try Firstleaf and get 6 bottles of wine selected just for you for just $44.95. Shipping is included in your first order
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Wineries delivering New Jersey
The Fine Print
Dry Communities: A dry community is one in which sales (or delivery) of alcoholic beverages are prohibited. A “dry” community is one in which sales (or delivery) of alcoholic beverages are prohibited. New Jersey has at least 30 municipalities that are completely dry (out of 565 statewide).
The State of New Jersey allows some wineries outside of New Jersey to deliver wine to New Jersey households via Common Carrier (FedEx, UPS, etc.). Specifically, only wineries that make less than 250,000 gallons of wine a year (about 106,000 cases) may import wine into NJ. This limitation effectively excludes wineries responsible for about 90% of the wine produced in the U.S. The companies that do qualify to ship to NJ must obtain an Out-Of-State Winery License (among other requirements). There is an annual limit of 12 cases per producer per NJ resident. All direct-shipped wine is subject to a $0.875 per gallon wine excise tax (a gallon of wine is roughly equivalent to five bottles of wine) in addition to any applicable sales taxes. Someone 21 years old or older must be available to sign for the package upon delivery.
Buyer beware. While we do our best to make it easy to find wine that can be delivered to your state, each winery and retailer is the final say in whether they will ship to consumers. Those that do so without a permit often disclose on their site in the Terms of Service, Legal, or Shipping pages that you are responsible for obeying the laws of your state, not the retailer.