1. Q) If I drink your wine will I turn into a vampire?
A) No but if you drink enough of it you may feel like one.
2. Q) Is Vampire wine truly the taste of immortality?
A) Vampire Wine offers just a taste of immortality. You may not stay forever young, but you’ll be sure to have fun along your journey.
3. Q) Are any of your wines sweet?
A) Vampire wines, generally speaking, are fruit forward, dry wines. The sugars in the grapes that go into Vampire are essentially turned into alcohol with just a small residual left. The exception is our red blend, which has a higher residual sugar. We highly recommend Fangria Sangría Española for those seeking a sweet wine. Our Fangria is an authentic Spanish selection made in Spain from Tempranillo and Garancha.
4. Q) How long should I age my wine?
A) Our wines are ready to drink now, though many of them benefit with age.
5. Q) What's the best way to store your wine? (If I expose vampire wine to sunlight will it be okay?)
A) It’s best to store wine horizontally, in a cool climate away from the sun.
6. Q) Is Vampire wine available in Canada?
A) Yes. Please contact our Canadian friends at liquorbrands.com for assistance on how to obtain Vampire in Canada.
7. Q) How long does delivery take?
A) We ship within two days unless there’s a weekend in between. So depending on which town you live in, delivery generally will take between three and seven days. If you need your order sooner, please contact us.
8. Q) When do we ship?
A) Within two business days of receiving your order.
9. Q) How do we ship?
A) We use both UPS Ground and Fedex Ground. If you need your order in a rush, please contact us.
10. Q) Which States do you ship alcohol to?
A) We ship to the following states: AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, KS,
KY, LA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA,
SC, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI, WY.
11. Q) How come you can’t ship to my state?
A) We’d love to be able to ship everywhere, but unfortunately, the Governments in certain States or Provinces forbid us – as well as UPS and Fedex and other wineries — from shipping wine directly to residents of their State or Province.