The term "Ampelos Cellars" or "us" or "we" refers to the owner of the website. The term "you" refers to the user or viewer of our website.
You must be 21 years of age or older, to order or receive alcoholic beverages from Ampelos Cellars. Receipt of shipments containing alcoholic beverages requires the signature of a sober adult (a person 21 years of age or older who is not intoxicated). Wines purchased from Ampelos Cellars are not for resale, and are for personal consumption only.
Credit Card Charges
Orders are by credit card only. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express or if arranged, check by mail.
No minimum purchase is required.
States Authorized for Direct Shipment
Due to the ever-changing nature of wine shipping laws, we may be able to ship wines, directly or indirectly, to all states except AK, AL, AR, DE, HI, UT, KY, OK, PA, RI, SD, VT, MS, ND, NJ. If Ampelos Cellars is unable to ship directly to your state, we can arrange for the sale and shipment of our products through a third party. Please note, when dealing through a third party, wine prices, discounts, and shipping costs may differ from those quoted by Ampelos Cellars.
Fedex is Ampelos Cellars carrier of choice. Ground shipping is provided by Fedex which we charge a flat rate shipping of $10 no matter how many wines are being shipped in one order. We can also ship to you with GSO per your request. *Note – If you want us to ship Fedex Air, you will need to pay the actual shipping charges, regardless of purchase amount.
Wine is a Delicate Commodity
Wine is a perishable commodity. Wine does not like extremes of temperature: hot humid summer and cold winter weather may adversely affect the condition of your wine during shipment. Ampelos Cellars watches the weather closely and will hold back shipments if the weather is too cold or too hot to ship. If you request us to ship the wines in not ideal conditions than you become responsible for the wine and it will not be replaced if the wine is damaged by extreme weather conditions during shipment. When your wine order is picked up by the common carrier for delivery, responsibility for the wine becomes the responsibility of the purchaser.