Realizing that our selection has excited our customers since we first started providing wine delivery in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts in 2011, Colonial Spirits Delivers continues to make our clients look forward to more by offering special bottles that are simply hard to resist. In line with this, we are proud to present our Fine Wine Cabinet containing rare and exquisite wine you will never want to miss. Continue reading Your Best Source for Wine Delivery in Boston & Eastern Massachusetts Offers Rare Selections from their Fine Wine Cabinet
Quickly shipping wine to Massachusetts adds to the convenience of ordering wine online for Boston wine drinkers. Before you go and purchase anything on the web, food and wine enthusiast Stephen John has some tips you may want to consider: Continue reading Some Helpful Tips When Shipping Wine to Massachusetts
Why is it that when we see something on sale we immediately assume there is something wrong with it? More specifically, why does that question seem to make more sense at a wine shop than at a grocery store? To help ease your troubled minds I thought it appropriate to address any questions in relation to this matter.
As you all already know, there is nothing like a GOOD sale… It is safe to say we all shop sales as much as we can because who really wants to pay $4.99 for a package of double stuffed Oreos when you could be paying the same for two packages. The same is true for wine… We know that Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay at $14.99 is a good deal, but at $10.98 it is even better (expect this price some time in the next couple of months). But what about the wines that we don’t recognize; are those still good? To answer your questions as simply as possible; yes! There is nothing wrong with the wines that we currently have on sale, it’s just a matter of figuring out what kind of sale it is. Continue reading Why is this Wine on Sale? Is there Something Wrong with it?
As some of you may remember, we had a number of themed tastings throughout 2013. They usually took place once a month with about 24 or so bottles being poured. The Collective Nic has decided to build upon this idea, but instead of having only one weekend dedicated to a particular theme, we will have a whole month dedicated to it instead. The new tastings won’t be as big, but by spreading them out, the new format will allow more people to partake; we know how busy things can get when you are trying to make it to soccer practice and dance recital. In addition to the tastings, we will also be putting together a seminar-style class for each month’s theme. Because of space limitations, these classes will not be open to walk-in customers and are only available to those that sign up for them (15 people MAX). Classes will be free of charge, unless otherwise stated, and will take place on either a Thursday or a Friday night.
Here is a list of the themes for each month.. Continue reading 2014 Tasting (and Seminar) Series
A December 27, 2013 article on the Boston Globe website details the growing trend of alcohol delivery in Massachusetts despite the ambiguity of the state’s laws regarding the service. Having libations delivered to your doorstep sounds like an extremely useful service. However, there are strict regulations regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol in Massachusetts. Continue reading To the House: The Rising Trend of Convenient Wine Delivery in Boston
Acton, Massachusetts (January 14, 2014) – Colonial Spirits Delivers is aiming to increase their wine shipments in 2014. Having set up a more efficient ordering system and a strong relationship with the courier service provider FedEx, the company can achieve this goal and better serve more customers looking for assistance in shipping wine to Massachusetts. Continue reading Colonial Spirits Delivers Eyes More Orders for Shipping Wine to Massachusetts