There Is Always Something New To Discover at We Ship Wine

Welcome to We Ship Wine, where passion is key. We Ship Wine knows that there is always a new varietal, an exciting and storied vintage from a famous winemaker, or a noteworthy, distinctive wine from a region to you may have yet to discover, and we're here to bridge that connection. We Ship Wine sees the act of enjoying wine as a way to discover the world! It's a way to help you develop your own preferences and tastes, expand your knowledge into the world of wine, and to strengthen your palates through a devotion to (and obsession with) great wine, a passion that we all share together. We Ship Wine specializes in helping you discover great wine, by bringing you the wines that get us excited, too. We are here to help you find that perfect bottle to fill your rack, cellar or fridge, to take to a blind tasting, to share with friends at dinner as a way to start an interesting conversation, or to give as a gift, sent with best wishes across the miles. Whether it is an Oregon Pinot Noir for a movie night in with cheese and crackers, a beautiful full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley for a steak dinner date, or a smooth and supple Chardonnay, opened and poured with some Chinese food, We Ship Wine is here to connect your palate to the next great bottle of wine you've never had. It may become your go-to on weeknights over dinner with your spouse, or the bottle that you always give as a gift. Either way, We Ship Wine exists to connect you to the best wines in the world.

Here Is How To Shop

How does it work? Simply put, you can browse our site by varietal labels. You will be able to read the tasting notes, get pairing and cellaring suggestions, and discover more about the appellation or terroir than you knew before. Let's say you've decided on a specific bottle of wine. When you add that wine to your shopping cart and get ready to check out, you'll be presented with special options to add to the bottle. It may be an olive wood wine stopper, a classic pine crate, a chiller or maybe you want to splurge a bit and go for a gorgeous lacquered burl wood box, lined with velvet! This lacquered box is meant to be an art piece! Imagine your prized bottle, a 2001 Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon, propped up on display inside a lacquered burl wood box. How amazing would that look sitting atop your home bar? Once you have filled up your cart with all of your wine choices, you can check out and we'll have your wine delivered to you as soon as you want it. Or to go even further, let's say you want to send one or more of our great wines as a gift? Good news; we've partnered with our fellow wine enthusiast friends at, who present these fantastic bottles of wine in generous gift baskets, perfectly paired with gourmet foods like chocolate and cheese, and perfect for sending as a gift to a friend, a family member, a professional colleague or to any other wine lover in your life. Our easy checkout and our fast shipping, both here and with our friends over at, means that you will be enjoying that new bottle or wine gift as soon as possible.

Discover Broadstone Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon

One of the personal favorites of our Sommelier here at We Ship Wine (and yes, we do have a Sommelier on staff) is a limited release Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon from the Sonoma County AVA known as Knights Valley called Broadstone. Broadstone was produced in a collaboration with the renowned Delectus Winery, famed for their Cabernets of epic distinction. With an elegant acidity, Broadstone opens with toasted walnut and deep black fruit aromas, followed by a balance of flavor including crushed black cherry, black pepper and deep chocolate notes. It's a luscious wine that is begging for a bold red meat such as a New York Strip or a juicy Petit Filet. Just add garlic butter and you can thank your wine enthusiast friends at We Ship Wine later, after you've thoroughly enjoyed your meal. When you shop Broadstone Knights Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, you can choose to simply buy the bottle or have it delivered in a crate, with a wine stopper… there are many ways to receive your wine. Broadstone also makes an excellent gift! Since cellaring is recommended for this wine, it's a perfect choice to bring to a collector on a special occasion, for example if they are hosting a party or celebrating a milestone.

Discover Chateau Montmore, A Lush & Luxurious North Coast Brut

Have you tasted Chateau Montmore's brut sparkler from California? Here it from our Sommelier herself! She writes, "Sonoma and Marin Counties are home to some amazing vineyards, especially in the world of sparkling wine, and Chateau Montmore is no exception. A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, these vines are nurtured with cool foggy mornings and warm arid afternoons, making for a complex and flavorfully dry wine. Looking down into the glass, the wine has a light straw color with the slightest tinge of blush from the Pinot skins. It's truly a gorgeous color to look at. Clear and lovely with a fine bead, the Chateau Montmore is named for the Montmorency cherry. It's a soft-bodied brut, with delicate aromas of cherry blossom, honey and buttered brioche. On the palate, you'll taste flavors of sweet peach, apple and white cherries before you taste that flinty finish." We love Chateau Montmore. Not only is it a fabulous bottle to pop open on a special occasion, like New Year's Eve or a birthday party, but it's also a great every day sparkling to serve with brunch on a Sunday morning, served with eggs and French toast! Another fabulous category of dishes to serve with Chamapgne or Sparkling Wine are appetizers – especially ones that are salty, like smoked salmon mousse, croquettes, bacon-wrapped shrimp or more. Contrary to popular belief, Champagne and sweets (think strawberries) aren't actually that great of a pairing. But if you love it, go for it!

Explore Our Outstanding Wine Shop Selection

Even a quick look through our library of labels and you'll be able to see just how outstanding and expansive our wine selection is. As everyone knows, the world of wine is complex and intricate, and if you are anything like us wine enthusiasts here at We Ship Wine, you're passionate about exploring every corner of the wine world that you possibly can. From the furthest reaches of Northern France to the end of the world in Argentina, the southern tip of Spain to the wine country of Australia, Italy to California, We Ship Wine is all about discovering great wines and bringing them directly to you. Not only is our selection wide, it is also filled with both recognizable names that you know and love, including but certainly not limited to Silver Oak, Groth Vineyards, Caymus Vineyards, Archery Summit and Stag's Leap, just to name a few. But there are also going to be many wines that you may not have heard of – boutique jewels that we've received in limited production releases, collaborations and partnerships with small wineries, winemakers and producers from all over the globe. Whether you're really into Chardonnay from the Russian River Valley, or Italian Chianti with its rich velvety notes, you're sure to find not only the names you love, but discoverable delectables as well. Are you searching for a new wine to fall in love with? You've come to the right place. Because we have so many partnerships and great relationships with direct wineries, bottlers and producers, We Ship Wine gets our hands on fabulous, if lesser known, labels very often. You could be discovering and tasting a new wine every week for a year from We Ship Wine, and at the end of the year, we could still send you a list of wines you haven't yet tried! From lush and velvety red blends from California – gorgeous blends of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petite Meunier, to refreshing whites including Viognier, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Chenin Blanc, we are going to have a bottle of wine that you will definitely want to stock up on and enjoy to the fullest.

Discover Bridlemile Dundee Hills Willamette Valley Oregon Pinot Noir

If you are anything like us, one of your favorite wines to sip and collect are gorgeous Oregon Pinot Noirs. There is just something so special about a great Pinot from the Pacific Northwest. Our Sommelier at We Ship Wine describes Oregon Pinots as "having a more concentrated, fruit-forward, berry-rich flavor than most of the Pinot Noirs of California's Pinot regions. Oregon Pinots are more likened to French Pinots," she describes. "With a bit more graphite and less berry and floral notes, California Pinot Noir does not have the French nuances that carry through in Oregon Pinot. This is of course due to the cooler climate of the Willamette Valley and the Eola-Amity Hills in Oregon. Comparably, Oregon makes only a fraction of the amount of Pinot Noir that California produces. But as Oregon's wine growing region is actually on the same latitude line as Portland, Maine, the climate is chillier than the moderate warmer climates of California Pinot Noir growing regions. In Oregon, Pinot Noir grape vines are exposed to all four full seasons – cold winters, hot summers, wet springs and falls. Like France, Oregon sees much less sunshine that California does. This actually slows the ripening of the grapes, making for a lighter color and a more delicate body in the wine. A good rule of thumb to remember: the warmer the climate of the region, the faster the grapes will ripen, the bigger and bolder the wine. It sure does explain Chilean Malbec!"

A Note On Food Pairing From The Experts At We Ship Wine

Just as we said above, go for it. The world of wine is so intricate that there are a million flavor combinations when it comes to pairing. Try it out! If it works, fabulous! If it doesn't, look at you, learning wine lessons everywhere you go! Many people think that pairing Champagne and Sparkling Wine (or any wine for that matter) with food is very difficult, but this is truly not the case at all. The trick, which is no different than all wine, is to balance two things: the body and the sweetness. As long as you know to match bold wines with bold foods, for example, pasta and red sauce with an Italian red wine, and lighter foods with lighter-bodied wine, like poached chicken with light-bodied red or white wine, you'll be well on your way. Also, the spicier the food, the sweeter your wine should be. If you pair spicy food with dry wine, your meal will not be a pleasant experience! Dry wine, which is high in tannins, will exacerbate the heat of the spicy food, creating what could turn into a burning-hot meal. If you pair spicy food with sweet wine, the sweetness of the wine will detract from the heat of the meal, making both the heat of the dish and the sweetness of the wine all the more enjoyable. So just remember – hot food, sweet wine, like German Riesling, Moscato, Gewurztraminer, Sauternes, Muscadet, or even some Sauvignon Blanc. Heavy food, full-bodied wine, like Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Shiraz / Syrah, Merlot or Malbec. Lighter fare, lighter-bodied wine (which doesn't always mean white wine, like Pinot Grigio! There are many delicious light bodied reds including some Pinot Noir, Gamay, Nero D'Avola, Cinsault and many more. We Ship Wine will always have some great wine pairing recommendations with many of our labels, and we'll do our best to keep adding and updating as many as we can.