You’re probably at home reading this. To minimize risk, you should be heading to the grocery store as little as possible, and waiting until you have a list of things to buy, rather than heading there for one or two items.
But maybe you’re out of wine.
Here are a few ways to get wine delivered to your home. With some of these options, you can get the wine pretty quickly, maybe in a couple of hours, depending on demand, while some of these options might provide a lower price, but take a few days or more.
Get a Discount on Wine Delivery from Groupon
There are many wine delivery companies. With some, you order a bundle of wines, while others are a subscription service.
If you buy a Groupon for wine delivery by the end of day on April 16th, get an extra 20% off by using the promo code SAVE.
When you look at these deals, make sure to note:
- Shipping and other fees
- If it’s a subscription service that you’ll need to cancel after the introductory deal
- If there’s currently an extra discount for wine delivery deals (look at the top of your Groupon screen.) There is periodically a 20% discount.
- If they deliver to your area
Local Wine Shops are Delivering
Some local wine shops are dealing with our current situation by offering delivery. (And many more are offering curbside pick-up.)
Here are a few that are delivering. There are almost certainly more. Check your favorite wine shop or wine bar to see if they are. Let us know, and we will add them, as time permits, as long as they have delivery information on their website or social media.
Assorted Table Wine Shoppe, at 7th Street Public Market: Although the Market is closed Assorted Table is offering curbside pick-up, and free delivery on orders over $100 within 10 miles. Follow above link for hours, details, and to order.
Davidson Wine Co. is offering a curbside and delivery menu. Delivery available in the Davidson area. You can also order favorites like cheese, charcuterie, and flatbreads. Their Facebook post indicates that you can order Tuesday through Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. by calling or texting 980-689-0424, and that they’re offering 10% off all bottles of wine.
Foxcroft Wine Co – Dilworth is offering the same deal as the SouthPark location, as well as delivery within a three mile radius. Call 704-602-2133.
Grapes Wine Food & Spirits in Indian Trail is offering delivery within a 10 mile (or so) radius. You need to order a minimum of 6 bottles for delivery. If you order a case you’ll get 10% off. Text or call 704-804-8337.
Rosie’s Wine Garden, at McGill Rose Garden, is offering curbside pickup or delivery. Order online.
All Winestore locations (Southpark 704-442-4024, Blakeney 704-443-2944, & Lake Norman 704-892-5662) are also delivering, and they have call ahead and/or website ordering, and curbside pick up.
Order Wine Using InstaCart
InstaCart is a popular grocery delivery service. They will bring you wine. InstaCart works with many grocery stores, and your zip code will determine which ones are available to you.
You can add your wine selection in with your grocery order, or order only wine. Nobody is judging these days.
You can also shop Total Wine & More with InstaCart, and enjoy a wide selection.
Learn about Instacart and other grocery delivery services that might deliver wine with your grocery order.
Order Wine from Charlotte Restaurants
Many, many Charlotte restaurants are offering delivery (and takeout.) And many of them will let you order wine as well. Some are offering discounts on wine.
You can see a big list of local restaurants offering delivery, and what their deals are, in this CharlotteFive article.
Or go to DoorDash and browse.
Do you know of more wine delivery options? Let us know and we will add them to this post, as time permits!Subscribe to Charlotte on the Cheap