- Where can I find Wildhurst wines?
- Why can't I ship wine to my state?
- How old do I have to be to order and receive wine?
- Where exactly IS Lake County?
- Where can I learn more about Lake County?
- Which of your wines go best with which foods?
- What hours is the Wildhurst Tasting Room open?
- Do I have to order a full case of the same variety to get the 15% case discount?
every state has different laws interstate shipment alcoholic beverages as right now direct wine shipments are in wi. ups only ship tx. and mo. fed ex will carry other legal states find it annoying but we have to obey laws there is a lot of legislation pending on subject.How old do I have to be to order and receive wine?
You must be at least 21 years of age to order and receive wine. Note that all of our shipments require UPS or Federal Express drivers to obtain an adult signature upon delivery.
Due north of the Napa Valley, northeast of Sonoma County, and east of Mendocino. If you look on a map of California in the top third of the state there is a very large lake right off the center - that's Clear Lake, and we are on the southern shore.
On the web, where else? The following are sites that are great resources for all that Lake County has to offer:
…or call us - we'll be happy to answer any questions the old-fashioned way!
That, my friend, is a whole other website worth of information! However, we are more than happy to answer all food and wine questions, or any other wine-related question you might have. Please drop us a line or give us a call and we will be happy to help you out, plan your menus or pick out a gift for your boss - just ask.
The Tasting Room is open daily year-round from 10 am to 5 pm Pacific time. We are closed for major holidays including Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and New Year's day.
No, we consider a case 12 bottles of wine - any 12 bottles. This gives you the freedom to try new varieties or simply stock up on your favorites all the while getting a little more bang for your buck! Are the wines on special eligible for the 15% case discount? The higher discount always prevails so wines on special are not eligible for an additional 15% case discount. Wines on special have already been discounted (and in most cases for more than 15%) so you will still be receiving a substantial savings.