Wine Fulfillment for Solano CountyWine Fulfillment for by WineCare Logistics. Established in January 2009, We have over 13 years of experience shipping wine for wineries in Napa City and Napa County.

Are you a Winery in searching for a Cost-Effective, Fast, Reliable 3PL Wine Fulfillment & Shipping Company? If so, give us a call today to experience the best in Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) Wine Shipping & Wine Club Services for wineries. Our timely pick up and delivery network at 99.98% success rate is one of the best in the industry.

Why Choose WineCare Logistics for Wine Fulfillment Services and Wine Shipping for wineries in ?

WineCare Logistics is the best choice for your Winery’s Fulfillment services in . Here are a few reasons why our Wine Shipping Services are a grade above the rest.

  • Winecare Logistics has State-of-the-art warehouse facilities in Napa Valley saving you money and time.
  • For Wineries in , We provide fast nationwide shipping with 1 pm same-day shipping cutoff. Orders that are in by 1 pm, will ship out the same Weekday.
  • Private Label Wine Fulfillment provides custom winery branding, tissue wrapping, packaging for large formats, stickering, and bottle ID-proof tag tracking.
  • We offer temperature-controlled shipping for the summer and winter months. WineCare Logistics’ wine fulfillment center warehouse is temperature and humidity controlled.
  • WineCare Logistics offers an expansive 3-Tier network through WorldShipNet. It is trouble-free and your winery will legally get shipping access states that you originally could not ship into.
  • We are environmentally friendly. Our Napa Valley Wine Fulfillment Center is a Carbon Neutral Shipping offered direct from UPS. Ecologically friendly practices are integral to our paperless facility, thereby increasing energy efficiency and reducing our carbon footprint.
  • Software Integrations: Our client software portal allows 24/7 online access to order statuses, and inventory reporting. Our software integrations sync with your sales channels. It eliminates any manual importing of data and triggers any appropriate notifications to your end customer. This will provide you with real-time inventory and shipment tracking.

Will WineCare Logistics be able to serve my Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) Wine programs like a Wine Club?

Yes, We have expertise in providing Wine Club Fulfillment Services for wineries in . Our logistics software easily handles Direct-To-Consumer Wine Shipping.

How much does Wine Fulfillment Cost for a Winery in , CA?

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How often will WineCare Logistics pick up Wine from my Winery in , CA?

Trucks from WineCare Logistics go out every 2 weeks for Inventory replacement from Wineries in , CA.

Are the Trucks employed by WineCare Logistics temperature controlled when they pickup my Wine Inventory from , CA?

Yes, WineCare Logistics uses Refrigerated trucks for temperature control for pickup of Wine inventory from , CA.

With WineCare Logistics, Would a Winery in be able to Ship to all States in the USA?

Our 3-Tier network provides access to states not open for direct shipment. An alternative way to legally ship wine to customers in states that have regulatory requirements without having to maintain permits, licenses, and administrative recourses for reporting and tax preparation.

Obtaining direct ship permits in all 36 states open to wineries can be cost-prohibitive. We offer an alternative that allows you to replace some of those large up-front fees with minimal per-transaction costs.

Would My Winery in , CA be able to Ship Orders Internationally?

Yes. Your Winery from , CA will be able to Ship orders internationally. Our fulfillment house has a dedicated staff for international wine shipping.

How much will International Wine shipping cost to wineries in , CA?

Rates for shipping wine internationally are defined by Country, the number of bottles allowed, and custom information. With rates of 1, 2, 6 & 12 packs on your hands, it will be easier for your tasting room to quote these international rates.

What integrations does Winecare Logistics offers with other shopping and Point of Sale software platforms for Wine Sale?

WineCare Logistics integrates with Shopify, WineDirect, Ship Compliant, Woo Commerce, Commerce 7, VineSpring, Complete DTC and Advanced Management Systems (AMS) software platforms.

What Licenses does WineCare Logistics have for Wine Storage and Shipping Services from Wineries in , CA?

WineCare Logistics has Alcoholic Beverage Control License Type 14 for Public Warehouse in California.

What is a wine fulfillment center?

Wine Fulfillment is the administration of the logistics associated with the shipment of wine. It includes the storing, handling, packing, picking, and delivery of the wine to clients.

About Solano County, California

Solano is a county within the state of California, U.S. Solano County is the northeastern county in the San Francisco Bay Area’s nine-county region. Solano County is part of the Vallejo-Fairfield, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, also a part of the San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA Combined Statistical Area.

What is the history of Solano County, California?

Solano County was one of California’s first counties when it gained statehood in 1850. The county was named after Chief Solano of the Suisun people, a local Native American tribe, upon the request of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo who was a close ally of the tribe. Chief Solano once served as the leader of the tribes between the Petaluma and Sacramento Rivers. Chief Solano was also known as Sem-Yeto, meaning “brave or fierce hand” prior to being baptized as Francisco Solano. This name originated from the celebrated Spanish Franciscan missionary, Father Francisco Solano.

It was Don Jose Canizares, pilot of the Spanish naval ship, who first came to modern-day Solano County in 1775. After Don Cazinares reported to his commander Don Carlos de Ayala, Gabriel Moraga was sent in 1810 to raid the Suisun tribe in what is now Solano County. It was in 1823 that Chief Solano was baptized at Mission Dolores and in 1834 that General Vallejo appointed him as comandante of the new pueblo project in place of the mission.

It was on February 18, 1850 when the borders of Solano County were established, four years after the California Bear Flag Revolution, making Solano County one of California’s original 27 counties.

What is the geography of Solano County, CA?

Solano County has a total area of 906 square miles (2, 350km2), where 822 square miles (2, 130km2) is land and 84 square miles (220km2) is water, as per the U.S. Census Bureau.

There are two inactive cinnabar mines in Solano County, the Hastings and St. John’s mines, which are continuously monitored for their mercury levels. The first part of the 20th century saw the operation of these mines.

Solano County is home to some uncommon and endangered species- the beetle Elaphrus viridis, the wildflower Lasthenia conjugens, also known as Contra Costa goldfields, and the annual plant Legenere limosa, also known as the False Venus’ looking glass.

Bordering counties of Solano County, CA include the following:

  • Contra Costa County in the south
  • Sonoma County in the west
  • Napa County in the west
  • Yolo County in the north
  • Sacramento County in the east

The following are the zip codes for all the cities within Solano County, CA:

  • Benicia- 94510
  • Birds Landing- 94512
  • Fairfield- 94533
  • Fairfield- 94534
  • Travis AFB- 94535
  • Rio Vista- 94571
  • Suisun City- 94585
  • Vallejo- 94589
  • Vallejo- 94590
  • Vallejo- 94591
  • Vallejo- 94592
  • Dixon- 95620
  • Elmira- 95625
  • Vacaville- 95687
  • Vacaville- 95688
  • Vacaville- 95696

What is the population of Solano County?

Solano County had a population of 453, 491 as of the 2020 census. In a 2014 analysis by The Atlantic, Solano County ranked at the 5th most racially diverse county in the United States. Solano County population is composed of the following as of 2020:

  • White (34.21%)- 155, 125
  • Hispanic or Latino (28.26%)- 128, 155
  • Asian (15.65%)- 70, 953
  • Black or African American (13.24%)- 60, 051
  • Mixed Race/Multi-Racial (6.80%)- 30, 820
  • Pacific Islander (0.83%)- 3, 775
  • Some Other Race (0.66%)- 2, 988
  • Native American or Alaska Native (0.36%)- 1, 624

What are the means of transportation in Solano County?

These are the transit agencies operating in Solano County:

  • SolTrans, a merger between Vallejo Transit and Benicia breeze
  • San Francisco Bay ferry
  • Fairfield and Suisun Transit
  • Vacaville City Coach
  • Rio Vista Delta Breeze

These are the major highways in Solano County:

  • Interstate 80
  • Interstate 505
  • Interstate 680
  • Interstate 780
  • State Route 12
  • State Route 29
  • State Route 37
  • State Route 84
  • State Route 113

General aviation airports within Solano County are the Nut Tree Airport and Rio Vista Municipal Airport.

What is Solano County known for?

A mixture of rural and suburban living, Solano County offers an experience of rolling hillsides, waterfronts and fertile farmland. Solano County features a mild climate making it ideal for outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, skiing, hiking and biking. Some of the top attractions in Solano County are:

  • Waterfront District in Suisun City for boating and yachting activities
  • Suisun Valley for famous wine varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Petite Sirah and Merlot in notable places- Wooden Valley Winery, Vezer Family Vineyard, Vino Godfather Winery
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo for varied amusement rides for the family
  • Western Railway Museum for discovering a collection of historic railroad cars and railway exhibits
  • TAFB Heritage center for aviation and aircraft buffs
  • Jelly Belly Candy Company in Fairfield for popcorn and toasted marshmallow jelly bean tasting
  • Browns Valley Open Space Preserve and Alamo Creek Bike Path in Vacaville for discovering nature
  • Cal Yee Farm in Fairfield, IL Fiorello Olive Oil Company in Green and Suisun Valley, and Sepay Groves in Benicia for great fresh farm finds
  • Vacaville Farmers Market for shopping fruits, baked goods, local honey and artisan soaps
  • Rancho Solano in Fairfield and Rio Vista along the Sacramento River delta for golfing
  • Rush Ranch and Suisun March for hiking, kayaking and wildlife adventure
  • Lake Solano Park and Lynch Canyon Open Space Park for camping, picnics, canoeing, horseback riding, mountain biking and jogging
  • Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Mare Island Museum, Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum, Rowland Freedom Center, Benicia Arsenal, and Port Chicago Naval Magazine
  • National Memorial for discovering Solano County’s military history