Texas Wine Delivery

Things to know about wine delivery in Texas

Can you ship wine to Texas?

Yes, you can get wine delivered to Texas, with caveats. Only specially-licensed and permitted wineries may send wine directly to consumers homes or offices in Oklahoma. Options exist for wine delivery from retailers to TX residents. Additional excise taxes apply. Purchase limits apply. Adult signature required upon delivery. See below for more details.

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. Texas has 5 completely dry counties at present, as well as another 196 counties that are “moist” — that is, dry but with special circumstances.

The State of Texas allows wineries outside of Texas to deliver wine to Texas households via Common Carrier (FedEx, UPS, etc.). These companies must obtain a Winery Permit (among other requirements). There are several limitations on how much wine can be imported: 1) no more than 9 gallons per month per TX resident (about 45 standard bottles); 2) no more than 36 gallons per year per TX resident (about 15 standard cases); 3) and no winery may ship more than 35,000 gallons per year to Texas in the aggregate (about 175,000 standard cases). All direct-shipped wine is subject to excise taxes ranging from $0.204 per gallon to $0.516 per gallon (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.

How to get wine delivered in Texas

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 TX residents. Wine may be delivered 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 TX: wine subscriptions, wine stores, same-day delivery, wine gift services, and wineries.

Wine Subscriptions: Some wine of the month clubs are both retailers and wineries (like Winc and Nakedwines.com), so they are able to ship wine as a producer (a better delivery experience for TX residents). There are other legal ways to ship wine to Texas residents but we don’t check how each wine subscription service goes about doing it — companies who offer wine subscriptions are responsible for the legalities of their shipping policies. Wine clubs that ship to Texas

Wine Stores: In Texas, outdated wine shipping laws going back to Prohibition are still in place, impeding or outright preventing interstate shipping of alcohol from retailers directly to consumers. Since you are affected by these outdated laws, we recommend communicating with your state legislature through the action form at Free The Grapes! Wine stores that ship to Texas

Wine Gift Delivery: Most of the time wine gift sellers are classified as retailers. Please see the Wine Stores shipping bullet above. Wine gifts that ship to Texas

Same-Day Wine Delivery: Same-day wine delivery is available in Texas. A limited number of services offer same-day wine delivery statewide. Some cities and regions have additional same-day wine delivery options. See locations for same-day wine delivery in Texas

Wineries: Wine producers (wineries and vineyards) must be licensed by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission to ship wine directly to consumers. There is an annual limit of about 15 cases per producer per TX resident (and a monthly cap of about 45 bottles per person). Wines available can be ordered from wine producers and delivered to you.

What wine companies ship to Texas?

Why waste time finding the perfect wine only to find out you can’t get it shipped to Texas? The good news is, some wine stores, wine subscriptions, and wine gift services deliver wine to Texas. Start your shopping with our verified list of wine sellers who offer delivery to Texas. This is not a complete list.

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Wine subscriptions with wine delivery to Texas

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Companies who deliver Wine gifts to Texas

Featured: International Premier Club

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Wine stores who deliver wine to Texas

Wine Delivery via FedEx or UPS

Same-Day Wine Delivery

Drizly and Instacart offer same-day wine delivery in Texas

Same-Day Delivery is available in these Texas Cities:

Austin, TX: Favor, MiniBar, Saucey, Swill
Dallas, TX: Favor, Postmates, MiniBar, Postmates, Saucey
Fort Worth, TX: Favor, Postmates, MiniBar, Saucey
Houston, TX: Favor, MiniBar, Postmates
San Antonio, TX: Favor, MiniBar, Postmates
Additional areas:
Favor: Most of Texas. Please check their website for details.
MiniBar: Arlington, El Paso, Lubbock, and Plano