Cheers to the bar never running dry! These same-day wine delivery services can have a fresh bottle to your door in as little as 30 minutes.

By Karla Walsh
Updated September 06, 2019

Ahh modern technology is a magical thing. Not only can you now wine shop online, but you can order wine via a website or app and have it on your doorstep in a matter of hours (and sometimes minutes).

For a last-minute hostess gift or dinner party drink, download or bookmark these same-day wine delivery options.

1. Delivery.com

Available in: Florida, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Texas

Get your wine in: Less than 60 minutes

As part of the grocery, laundry, and gift delivery giant Delivery.com, you can now order vino in larger cities across the country and be ready to pop the cork within the hour.

Try Delivery.com.

2. Drizly

Available in: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming

Get your wine in: Less than 60 minutes

This site teams up with local stores to allow you to hand-pick (okay, e-hand-pick) your perfect pour from their current inventory. If you like, round out your wine order with a corkscrew or bottle-sized gift bag. Or use that hour to craft a DIY wine wrapper to personalize your pick!

Try Drizly.

3. Minibar

Available in: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C.

Get your wine in: Less than 60 minutes

While this local liquor store-sourced wine delivery can send someone with your order in under an hour if you live in a larger metro area, they can also ship to any city within the states listed above within five days.

Try Minibar.

4. Saucey

Available in: California, Illinois

Get your wine in: 30 minutes

There’s no minimum purchase and no delivery fee to purchase from this limited-delivery-zone delivery site/app (it's currently an option for residents of Chicago, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and Oakland, although you can score shipped wine across the country). If you’re hosting a big bash and don’t feel like popping the bottles and playing mixologist all night, you can also use Saucey to book a bartender to staff your soiree.

Try Saucey.

5. Amazon Prime Now

Available in: Arizona, California, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Virginia, Washington

Get your wine in: Less than two hours

This no-delivery-fee wine service is part of Amazon’s partnership with Whole Foods. In a hurry? A $4.99 fee will guarantee your grenache arrives in 60 minutes or less.

Try Amazon Prime Now.

6. Swill

Available in: Less than one hour

Get your wine in: Texas, California, Nevada, Illinois, Washington, Florida, New York, Washington D.C.

Swill promises to bring local shelf stock (of sauvignon blanc, Champagne, you get the idea...) to your door without a markup. If your credit card isn’t handy, charge via Apple Pay.

Try Swill.

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