Maison Corbeaux will coordinate shipment of your wine, spirits or beer on your behalf to most locations in the United States. By authorizing shipment of your products, you are authorizing us to provide shipping for you, by you. We provide all shipping coordination as a free service and do not profit from any shipping arrangements we make for you.
Unfortunately, we are not able to coordinate shipping of beers, wine and spirits to certain states at this time. In addition, we are not able to offer international shipping at this time.
States Where We Ship
- AZ, AK, CA, DC, ID, LA, MO, NE, NV, NM, ND, OR, UT, VA, WA, WY
Returns & Exchanges
It is our ultimate goal to introduce you to our rare collection and provide you with excellent customer service. Returns and exchanges, however, are not available for items shipped. We will, however, consider returns or exchanges in one of our stores under certain circumstances. We will replace products via shipping that are flawed under certain circumstances not related to weather. We cannot accept returns on wines ruined by adverse weather during transport (damage by excessive heat or cold) or by improper home storage.
Care & Storage
Bottles are fragile and subject to damage in extreme heat or cold. Maison Corbeaux takes extra care to follow weather systems across the United States before shipping your products and may delay your shipment of wine during severe weather conditions. While we regard Ground transportation to be adequate during safe weather conditions, it is highly recommended to choose a faster or temperature-controlled means of shipping for fine wines. Maison Corbeaux is not responsible for weather damage to our products.
Because alcohol requires an adult signature upon arrival, we highly recommend that you use a delivery address where someone can receive the wine at the time of delivery, such as a work address, to minimize back-and-forth between the carrier’s facility and you.
The ideal temperature range for wine storage is 55° F. If you do not have a temperature-controlled cellar, storing in a basement or cool, dark place is ideal. Be careful about fluctuating temperatures, which may be even worse than storing a wine above its ideal temperature. Wine that swings from cool to hot and back again is setting up the wine for early spoilage.
Serve your lighter-bodied whites at 40-45°F and your fuller-bodied whites at 50-55°F. Serve lighter-bodied reds at 55°-60°F and full-bodied reds at 60-65°F.. Keep them away from kitchen appliances and out of the heat.