Frequently Asked Questions

How does your shipping / delivery work?

We offer free delivery to all Monmouth County residents. All other orders, deliveries will be priced at time of purchase. Orders placed after the 15th of the month will ship for the first week of the following month. Orders placed before the 5th of each month will ship the same month.

Court Wine Club ships anywhere within the US, with the exception of Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

Why does my wine order need a signature?

Due to federal and state alcohol laws. An adult over the age of 21 with a valid government ID must sign for purchase.

For more on shipping, view our UPS Approved Wine Shipping Agreement.

What happens if you miss a delivery?

Coming soon

What is your cancellation policy?

Members may cancel at anytime with 30 days notice.

What is your refund policy?

Will my information be shared with anyone else?

We value our customers’ privacy and will not share your information with any third party.

How are gift memberships delivered?

You’ll receive a certificate via email to print to let the recipient know their gift is on it’s way. When you purchase a gift membership, you will have the option at checkout to include a message for us to hand-write and include with their first shipment. 

Loved a specific wine can I order it?

Yes. Our wines come from small artisanal growers with limited production and they may not be available year-round, however, if they are in stock, we will make sure to include! Email for specifics.


What is Biodynamic?

Standards of biodynamic farming are certified by Demeter association (It’s international certifying body) created by Rudolph Steiner (1861-1925). Biodynamics are a symbiotic relationship between ecological and spiritual principals. Bringing together self-sustainable vineyard practices, minimal environmental impact and organic wine making techniques.

What is Natural wine?

No certifiable definition but rather a counter to the largely mass produced manipulated commodity wine industry.  To put it simply, natural wine combines the qualities of both organic and biodynamic farming practices as well as a minimalist approach to wine making.  Highlighted by no added sulfur.

What is Organic wine?

The practice of farming and wine making without the use of synthetic fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. Must ferment with organic yeasts and can’t add sulfur. Wines labeled “made with organic grapes” only need to fulfill the farming aspect of organic not the wine making.

How do I change my payment, shipping or contact info?

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