amazonwine22Wine drinkers in New York, Michigan, Arizona and Louisiana have a new online source for their vino:

Customers in those states can now have bottles from Amazon’s Wine Store shipped to their homes, bringing the total to 20 states that can now order from the Amazon Wine Store.

After a series of unsuccessful attempts over the years, relaunched its wine store last November. The platform offers bottles from wineries around the country, and customers can ship up to six bottles of wine for a flat fee of $9.99.

We actually bought a few bottles using Amazon last fall, testing out the process and enjoying some wine at GeekWire HQ. Back then, there were only 12 states offering about 1,000 different bottles. Now, though, there are 700 wine merchants selling more than 5,000 labels.

Here is the full list of states that can purchase wine from Amazon: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Washington, Wyoming, and the District of Columbia.

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  • James

    I love that you can buy Wine over the internet now, it’s awesome that Amazon jumped on the bandwagon. I just made a purchase from and got 12 bottles for less than $70. I’ve only opened two of the bottles so far but both were well worth it. I hope Amazon carries some good labels?

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