questionswill wine.woot be able to ship to maryland?

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Please say yes, please say yes, please say yes.

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I'd bet you would get a better answer to this by asking over on the World of Wine Woot forums, but my guess is that you're still screwed on this one. I've never received a wine from wine dot woot that wasn't from one of the shippers in CA. I recently ordered wine that is made within 80 miles of me, and it still shipped from CA (instead of WA).

That's just a guess on my part, but it's a pretty educated one. I'd still recommend asking this over there (although you may want to wait until the woot off is over).

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@shrdlu: Was that the yummy sounding wine you told me about a few days ago? If so, how was it? Or, how is it, depending on quantity purchased vs. consumption rate?

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Where wine.woot ships to isn't determined by us, but rather where each winery is allowed to ship, and the laws in that state. I don't know Maryland's laws specifically, but you might check http://www.freethegrapes.org.

The short answer is: Maybe. Keep an eye on it.

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@magic cave: You talking about the Reininger's? Most likely you are, since that's the last thing I'd ordered. I already knew how it was (extremely tasty), and bought two (so four bottles total) since Syrah is one of my favorites, and Merlot is also.

http://reiningerwinery.com/

Their Syrah is consistently rated in the nineties, and it deserves that rating. I couldn't resist purchasing, since that was cheaper than I could have bought it from the winery. I've had both of these before, so they were just purchased for later. Currently I'm drinking a very nice Merlot (Bookwalter) from 1998, and finding it very pleasant.

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@shrdlu: Their Helix Pomatia is one of my favorites. Very inexpensive and very drinkable.

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Here is a link to the states that wine.woot can ship to:

http://wine.woot.com/WhatIsWoot.aspx#qw13

Currently, it appears that they can't ship to Maryland

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@msklzannie: well, the law hasn't technically passed yet although the governor is expected to sign it. Plus, it wouldn't be in effect until July or so.