Wine Delivery Near You

Wine Delivery Near You

At Saucey, we love wine. What we don’t love is trying to lug all the bottles we want out of the liquor store, into our car, and then out of the car and into our home. So we decided to take care of all that hassle for you. With Saucey, you can get wine delivered to straight to your doorstep, with no delivery fee and no order minimum. So, go ahead, order a case or just a single bottle – regardless, once you checkout, we’ll be on our way.

And don’t worry about taking business away from your favorite spot. Saucey partners with local liquor stores in Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Fresno, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Orange County, Orlando, San Francisco East Bay, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Silicon Valley, South Bay Los Angeles, Tampa and the Washington DC area. So enter your address to find what’s available near you, pick what you want, then let Saucey take care of the hardest part: actually going to the store.

How to choose a wine

The sheer breadth of different kinds of wine can intimidate buyers. The positives of having so many options? There is a wine for every person and every occasion imaginable. Here are some details to keep in mind when you’re looking at wines on Saucey:

  1.  Color: Almost every wine falls into one of three color categories: red, white or rosé. The color alone can tell you a lot about the wine: red wines tend to be more “full-bodied” and robust, while whites are lighter and brighter in flavor. Rose will almost always be on the sweet side. It’s also trendy now to dye white wines pink (thank you, bachelorettes), but that doesn’t mean it’s a true rose.
  2. Flavor: Wines are also classified by their place on the sweet-dry flavor spectrum. Below is a list of popular types, from sweetest at the top to driest at the bottom:
  3. Origin: Wine is made all over the world, but some places do it better than others. France, Italy, and Spain are the three biggest exporters of wine (not entirely fair, since they’ve been making it continuously since the Roman Empire) but Australian and Argentinian wines have grown in global popularity. Most American wine comes from the Napa Valley in California. But who cares where it’s made, right? Well, the devil is in the details when it comes to wine-making. The amount of water the crop got before harvest, the local temperatures that year, even the chemical composition of the soil – all of it affects the quality of the final product.
  4. Label: Read the labels on a bottle of wine carefully! Saucey always includes a flavor description with our wine listings, but winemakers often write their own descriptions on the label of each bottle. No one knows a wine better than the person who made it, so you can trust their advice!

Sweetness to dryness scale for wine:


  • Asti Spumanti/ Moscato
  • Prosecco
  • Port
  • White Zinfandel
  • Rose / Blush
  • Riesling/ German whites
  • Chardonnay
  • Chenin Blanc
  • Champagne
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Beaujolais
  • Shiraz
  • Chianti
  • Cabernet Franc
  • Merlot
  • Pinot Noir
  • Zinfandel
  • Cabernet Sauvignon


How to get wine delivery?

Here’s how you can get super quick wine home delivery with Saucey:

  1. Login to your Saucey account. If you haven’t created one, it only takes a few seconds; download the Saucey app for iOS or for Android and do your thing. You can also sign up at
  2. Select the wines you want for home delivery and add them to your cart.
  3. Check out and take $5 off your first wine home delivery with code FIRST5 at checkout.
  4. Start binging that new documentary series about that serial killer everyone’s been talking about. Wine pairs very well with true crime. Oh yeah, this Wednesday night is going to be wild.
  5. Ding-dong, OH NO, IT’S THE SERIAL KILLER FROM THE SHOW! Just kidding, it’s our delivery person with your wines. Enjoy!

Our most popular wines for quick home delivery:

If you’ve got a celebration coming up, or if you’re someone who just likes to celebrate life, we recommend going for some Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut. For a solid white, we suggest Joel Gott’s sauvignon blanc; and for a great red, you can’t go wrong with Bogle’s cabernet sauvignon.


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