Wine lovers are eager to get their hands on their favorite bottles and glasses of wine online for a fraction of the price of traditional brick-and-mortar delivery.
The internet-only option is free for the first month, but you’ll need to pay for shipping and delivery once you hit a certain level.
The company announced Wednesday that it’s launching a $5 VOD delivery program with more than 4,000 wine bars and restaurants.
Wine bar owners will have to purchase a bottle and a wine glasses in order to use Total Wine for delivery.
Wine delivery is currently available to all wine bars in the U.S. Wine bars are eligible for delivery on a first-come, first-served basis, and customers will be able to order up to six bottles and six glasses for $5 a bottle.
Total Wine will also sell wine for $3 to $5 on select weekends.
The service is a bit of a gamble, but Total Wine has been on a roll with a successful Wine Delivery App (VAD) that has been downloaded more than 15 million times in less than two months.
The app lets customers pick their own delivery options and pay for delivery with cash, debit card, credit cards, gift cards, or in-store credit.
Total wine has also launched a wine app called Total Wine Bar, which lets customers order up a range of wine and food products to enjoy at their local bar, restaurant, or even a party.
For the first time in history, Total Wine is offering a delivery service in the wine bar space, and it seems to be hitting the spot.
Winebar owners will be required to add a total of $50 to their order for delivery, which is included with the wine.
Totalwine says its new wine delivery app will allow bar owners to choose between wine delivery for $15 and delivery for a price of $35.
Totalvideogames is also looking to expand its wine delivery offering, launching an online wine delivery service for bars and wine bars across the U.
“Total Wine says its goal is to offer the same services as wine delivery companies like Wine Delivery Network and Wine Bar.
However, Totalwine said that the new delivery app “will offer a better wine experience, and will be more efficient, faster, and cost effective.”