Complimentary Summer Storage
Hold your wine until it’s safe to ship! During checkout, select “Hold for Future Shipment” in the shipping options.
We will confirm a shipping date once the weather has cooled. Your wine will be held in the customer storage area of our climate-controlled store. No fees apply!
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Vinopolis is pleased to extend our popular FLAT RATE SHIPPING program to customers in California.
Flat Rate Shipping is applied to single orders of any size shipped to a single delivery address.
California – $25 any size single order
Washington/Idaho – $20 any size single order
Oregon – $17 any size single order
(The Fine Print: Flat Rate Shipping applies to each order of any size shipped singularly to an address within each state only. Later additions, multiple order consolidations, and later arriving pre-arrival orders will be applied as separate orders, and will incur additional Flat Rate Shipping charges. Wine is shipped via UPS Ground. Adult signature is required.)… Read the rest
FYI to all Vinopol- shoppers:
Vinopolis will be now closing at 6pm on Thursdays and Fridays.
Our new store hours will be as follows:
Monday- Saturday: 10AM- 6PM
Sunday: Noon – 5PM
As always, our online store is open 24/7 for wine shopping at all hours.
To shop online, click the “Shop Vinopolis Now” button to upper right of this page.
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beautiful bubbles – unbeatable prices
Perrier-Jouet Champagne Grand Brut NV ($49.95) $28 / bottle SOLD OUT
Wine Enthusiast 93 points “This is what you expect a prestige Champagne to look, smell and taste like. Poised and stylish, it layers sharp citrus fruit with spicy wood and light toast. Layers of citrus, tangerine and flower blossoms unfold elegantly; lime and grapefruit accents add interest, and above all it comports itself with impeccable balance, precision and grace.”
Vinopolnotes The ever popular PJ has been among Champagne’s icons for at least 15 decades; but in fact are currently celebrating their 201st birthday. They released their first bottle in 1811, a year after Pierre Nicolas Perrier and Rose Adélaїde Jouët were married.… Read the rest
The story is becoming more and more common. An American winemaker, inspired by European tradition and elegance, ends up making wines that appeal to critics, only to change course and return the making the style of wines THEY want to drink. Pax Mahle is a perfect example. Pax fell in love with wine in restaurants and worked as both a waiter and sommelier in order to be near it. While visiting France in the 1990s, he met some of Burgundy’s and Rhone’s great traditional producers like Jacques Reynaud and Henri Jayer. These grower/farmers experienced wine in a far more personal and soulful way than Pax felt he ever could selling wine in restaurants. So after considering setting up a winemaking shop in Piedmont or Burgundy (two region’s that greatly influenced Pax’s palate), he eventually settled in Sonoma County.… Read the rest