Do you want to ship wine to Oklahoma? Looking for a wine club that ships to Oklahoma? We found some great wine clubs that ship to Oklahoma and have listed them below.
We have good news and bad news for residents of Oklahoma or those wishing to ship wine clubs to Oklahoma. First, the good news: Our absolute favorite wine clubs will deliver to Oklahoma! (Phew!) We have reviewed a ton of wine clubs, and we were very happy to learn that these featured clubs can legally ship within Oklahoma. So, check our list as we have compiled a list of the best wine clubs that ship to Oklahoma below! (Among all the wine of the month clubs that ship to Oklahoma, these are our favorites!)
The bad news is that Oklahoma has incredibly strict wine shipping laws. Wine cannot be shipped in-state at all and there are specific restrictions for wine that is shipped from out of state. The good news is that whether you are shipping to Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, or the rest of the Sooner State, we have found some wine clubs that can get wine to OK. You'll find them below along with our ratings for them, and you can click on them to get even more in depth reviews from us.
Like all other states, any wine that is shipped to Oklahoma must be signed for by someone over 21. Because of that, it's best to have it shipped to a place of employment or somewhere you know that someone will be available to sign for it. If you are unsure about whether a particular wine club can be shipped to Oklahoma, just click through and visit the club's site and it will give you the information that you need.
Although Oklahoma isn't exactly known for its wine production, it actually was before the Depression and Prohibition. There is only one designated American Viticultural Area in Oklahoma, the Ozark Mountain AVA. The growing season is long and hot, sometimes up to 9 months. Yet farmers continue to try to grow grapes as an “alternate crop.”
Similar to other states with lower grape production, some of the wineries in Oklahoma have taken to producing wine from fruits other than grapes, such as raspberry and blackberry. Others produce Mead, which is a fermented honey “wine.” Sweet wines are popular in Oklahoma, along with other unusual varietals.
Most of them feature some type of tasting room, gift shop, or tours. In addition, you will find various wine festivals and tastings throughout the year.