5 great wine delivery options around Vancouver
Last week, we thought it would be fun to talk about all the different breweries offering delivery around Vancouver. Well this week, we’re looking at wine delivery instead. Beer and pizza is a great combo, but so is wine and a plate of pasta. We say, you’ve got the time, why not both?
Here are 5 ways to get great wine delivery in Vancouver.
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This pop-up wine bar is offering local delivery to Vancouverites with a new menu everyday. Plus, they’re able to source wines that you definitely won’t find at the BCL. Worth checking out and supporting, especially if you’re into natural or biodynamic wines.
Told you we’d talk about pasta and a bottle of wine. Ask for Luigi is offering their full menu for pick up or delivery, and are selling bottles of wine to go alongside it. We don’t know the label, but the $25 price tag gives us faith that they’re not marking things up. Highly recommend this for a ‘treat yourself’ night in.
Liberty was invested in the community during the good times, so it’s time for the community to repay the favour. With locations throughout Metro Vancouver, Liberty offers an insane selection of wine at very reasonable prices. Plus, any order over $200 gets you free delivery.
Ok, one more step up here in terms of scale. If you’re looking for deals on crates, this is definitely to place to start. However, we should mention that they’re currently experiencing a backlog of orders, and that delivery will now take a couple of weeks minimum. Just a heads up!
Aside from Juice Bar, this is our top pick. Frankly, the entirety of BC’s wine community is going to be affected this summer. So, click the link above and see what’s happening at the source. With dozens of wineries listed, you’ll find a familiar face in no time. Then, live a little a try something new! We like the irreverence of Elephant Island.
And there you have it, folks! Five different ways to take advantage of wine delivery in Vancouver. From local wine bars all the way to the wineries themselves, we feel like we’ve more or less summed up the supply chain.
Enjoy the day!