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Winter drier than usual, marked good pruning conditions. Spring started early as has been the pattern in recent years; at the end of February, the buds of the warmest and most sheltered vineyards had already sprouted. Spring with mild and sunny weather, the vineyards showed a good display of flowers. Flowering began in the first week of June, generally with good weather and relatively quickly. The hailstorm of June 16th caused damage to the vineyards in the eastern side part of the Basigo area, which fortunately healed well. From this date and until August 20th, cool, cloudy, humid weather prevailed, but paradoxically with little precipitation, the vegetative cycle was delayed in some plots and “envero” (change of the color of the fruit) was reached unevenly between August 15th and September 5th. The ripening period was sunny in its first phase and cooler in the final stretch. The harvest was staggered in three phases between September 24th and October 16th, depending on the degree of maturity of the plots and with a climate with very cool temperatures for the time.
By placing an order through our website you are affirming that you are at least 21 years of age and that someone 21 and over will sign for the package.
We now ship FedEx to all states we ship to with the exception of PA, DE and KY (UPS). To the state of TX we use a small carrier called LSO but shut down shipments there during the summer months.
If you specify we can ship to a FedEx location to be held for pickup at no additional charge. You can search for the nearest FedEx location (no drop boxes) by clicking here and use that as your shipping address. Most Walgreens locations will now hold wine orders for you (state of LA excluded). They will come up in the search results at www.fedex.com/locate if that service is available to you.
General Shipping Policies:
It is ideal for the package to be received on the first delivery attempt especially when the weather is warm or extremely cold.
All alcoholic beverages purchased from this site are sold in the state of Florida and title passes to the buyer in Florida. Craft & Curd makes no representation to the legal rights of anyone to ship or import alcoholic beverages into any state outside of Florida. The buyer is solely responsible for the shipment of alcoholic beverage products. By placing an order with Craft & Curd, buyer authorizes Craft & Curd to act on buyer’s behalf to engage a common carrier to deliver buyer’s order.
Shipping wine around the country is very expensive. We charge about a third less than what it actually costs us. If you need to return your order (or if the wine gets returned back to us because you were unable to receive it after 3 attempts and you didn't email us to make other arrangements), we need to collect a return shipping fee that is up to double the amount of the shipping you paid. Upon receiving the wine back we will refund for the wine minus the initial shipping cost. In the event that we make a mistake we work with you to fix whatever went wrong at no additional cost to you.
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