Shipping Policy

Shipping Policies, Requirements & Restrictions

Wine Shipping Restrictions
Due to state laws, Greg Linn Wines is only able to ship wine to states that allow direct shipment.  In addition, each state imposes limitations on the amount of wine any particular adult may receive by direct shipment. Greg Linn Wines may be able to ship wines, directly or indirectly, to all states except Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisana, Marlyland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, and Vermont. The laws regarding the direct shipment of wine are continually changing.  For more information about direct shipping laws, please visit the Wine Institute at

Shipping & Handling
Shipping & handling charges are noted during the check-out process. Orders are shipped via FedEx.  To ensure proper delivery, we recommend that orders be sent to a business address where an individual (over 21 years of age) is available to sign for the order.  Regardless of where we ship your order, all wine shipments must be signed for by someone over 21 years of age.

Wine is a Perishable Commodity
Wine is a perishable commodity. Wine does not like extremes of temperature: hot humid summer and cold winter weather may adversely affect the condition of your wine during shipment.  Greg Linn Wines will make every effort to ship wine when the temperatures are moderate.  However, Greg Linn Wines cannot be held responsible for wine that is damaged by extreme weather conditions during its shipment.  When your wine order is picked up by the carrier for delivery, responsibility for the shipment becomes the responsibility of the purchaser.