Shipping costs

Sending alcohol is restricted to people aged 18 and above. By signing up on our website, you admit being of legal drinking age and are fully responsible for your decision.

Shipping within Germany

The orders are shipped with UPS, DPD or DHL. For delivery within Germany, we charge € 6,90 incl. 19% VAT per package (max. 18 bottles per box). You will be informed about the dispatch of your order via e-mail. You will receive the shipping confirmation with a tracking ID (package number).

Delivery to German islands only via DHL.

Delivery to a packing station only via DHL.

The delivery takes approx. 1-3 working days.

*Due to the high volume of parcels resulting from the corona situation, delivering your orders may be delayed by 1-2 days.

Shipping within the EU

The shipping costs vary by country. The costs are calculated per package (max 18 bottles/box) and can result to max € 20,9 incl. 19% German VAT/ per package.
The delivery takes approx. 3 - 5 working days.

* We do not send alcohol to Sweden, Finland, Ireland.

Shipping to Switzerland and Liechtenstein: € 30 per package (max. 18 bottles/box)

We supply our customers from Switzerland and Liechtenstein tax-free (our shop displays the net value).

All shipments coming from abroad are liable to customs duty, VAT, and other fees. As far as postal shipments are concerned, the customer is regarded as the importer and is liable to pay the costs arising from them. The costs are collected by the post upon delivery of the consignment.

Shipping to the UK: € 25 per package (max. 18 bottles/box)

We supply our customers from the UK tax-free (our shop displays the net value).
 
All goods shipped to the UK are subject to VAT regardless of the price of the goods in the shipment (the usual UK VAT rate is 20%). The buyer is responsible for paying the additional costs such as duties, taxes, and customs clearance fees, depending on the value of the product and where it came from. They cannot be paid in advance and are levied only when the item reaches the UK. As far as postal shipments are concerned, the customer is regarded as the importer and is liable to pay the costs arising from them.