By placing an order with WineCheeseGifts.com, the buyer affirms that he or she is at least 21 years old, and the person to whom delivery will be made is at least 21 years old. Furthermore, the buyer authorizes WineCheeseGifts.com to act on his/her behalf to engage a common carrier to deliver the order to him/her. Also, the buyer represents that he/she is purchasing this product solely for personal use, or as a gift, and not for resale.
When the alcoholic beverages are delivered, the person receiving the delivery will be required to show identification proving that he or she is at least 21 years old.
Direct Shipment of Alcohol: Due to laws regulating the direct shipment of alcoholic beverages, we can not ship wines through our online store to: Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Alaska and Hawaii. Also, we cannot ship outside of the USA or to P.O. Boxes.
Expected Delivery Time
Your order is guaranteed to be delivered within five business days from the day you place your order. In the majority of cases it will arrive sooner than the five day limit but at this time we are unable to expedite or overnight your order. We ship out orders twice a week and will issue you a tracking number once your order ships. We recommend using this information to make sure you have someone over the age of 21 present to sign for the delivery.
If you have any questions about our shipping policy or need additional information please contact us via telephone at 877.446.8763 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WARNING! Minors providing false information when obtaining alcoholic beverages over the Internet will face criminal prosecution and civil liability. Violators may be charged federally with wire and credit card fraud, and under multiple state laws prohibiting the attempted purchase or possession of alcohol by minors. Penalties include monetary fines, jail time, criminal probation, loss of driver's license and a criminal record that must be disclosed on job and college applications. Licensed sellers of alcohol (including wineries and retailers) who pay large fines and lose alcohol license privileges for sales to minors are entitled to sue the minor for compensation. All Internet customers must provide a credit card number and delivery address and can therefore be POSITIVELY identified to law enforcement.