Wine Fulfillment for Sonoma 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 Sonoma County, California

Sonoma is a county of the state of California, U.S. Sonoma County makes up the Santa Rosa-Petaluma Metropolitan Statistical Area, a component of the San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA Combined Statistical Area. Within the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area region, it is the furthest northward county.

What is the Origin and History of Sonoma County, California?

The Pomo, Coast Miwok, and Wappo peoples were the first residents in Sonoma County, California effectively living within the land’s natural carrying capacity. Several occurrences of rock carvings, notably in southern Sonoma County, are archeological evidence of these First people. According to the Coast Miwok and Pomo tribes, Sonoma means “valley of the moon” or “many moons”.

From the late 16th to the mid-19th centuries, Spaniards, Russians, and other Europeans claimed and settled in the county in search of timber, fur, and farmland. By 1850, California became a state and Sonoma was one of its original counties. After 1850, a settlement that would eventually become the city of Petaluma grew and it became an active center of trade by 1854. The inland towns of Santa Rosa and Healdsburg followed soon after.

In 1920, Sonoma County placed eighth in the most agriculturally productive counties in the United States, and in 2012 Sonoma county placed 22nd in the same category. By 2009, Sonoma County’s main agricultural produce was grapes and pasturage.

What is the Geography of Sonoma County, CA?

Sonoma County, CA is located north of Marin County and south of Mendocino County. To its west lies Napa and Lake County. Sonoma County, CA has an area of 1, 768 square miles (4, 580km2) where 1, 576 square miles (4, 080km2) is land and 192 square miles (500km2) is water.

Sonoma County belongs to the North Coach Ranges of northwest California, where the ranges of Mayacamas and Sonoma Mountains belong to.

The Pacific Ocean borders Sonoma County on the west, with 76 miles (122 kilometers) of shoreline. Bodega Bay, the mouth of the Russian River, and the mouth of the Gualala River, on the Mendocino County line, are the important coastal hydrographic features of Sonoma County.

The following contains the zip codes for all the cities within Sonoma County, CA:

  • Annapolis- 95412
  • Bodega- 94922
  • Bodega Bay- 94923
  • Cazadero- 95421
  • Cloverdale- 95425
  • Cotati- 94931
  • Duncans Mills- 95430
  • Eldridge- 95431
  • Forestville-95436
  • Fulton- 95439
  • Geyserville- 95441
  • Glen Ellen- 95442
  • Graton- 95444
  • Guerneville- 95446
  • Guerneville- 95471
  • Healdsburg- 95448
  • Kenwood- 95452
  • Monte Rio- 95462
  • Monte Rio- 95486
  • Occidental- 95465
  • Penngrove- 94952
  • Petaluma- 94952
  • Petaluma- 94954
  • Rohnert Park- 94928
  • Santa Rosa- 95401
  • Santa Rosa- 95403
  • Santa Rosa- 95404
  • Santa Rosa- 95405
  • Santa Rosa- 95407
  • Santa Rosa- 95409
  • Sea Ranch- 95497
  • Sebastopol- 95472
  • Sonoma- 95476
  • Timber Cove- 95450
  • Valley Ford- 94972
  • Windsor- 95492

What is the population of Sonoma County?

Sonoma County population was 488, 863 according to the 2020 United States Census. This population is composed of:

  • White (58.46%)- 320, 027
  • Hispanic or Latino (28.93%)- 120, 430
  • Asian (4.55%)- 17, 777
  • Mixed Race/Multi-Racial (5. 03%)- 12, 944
  • Black or African American (1.46%)- 6, 769
  • Native American or Alaska Native (0.62%)- 3, 584
  • Pacific Islander (0.35%)- 1, 434
  • Some Other Race (0.60%)- 913

What are the means of Transportation in Sonoma County?

Public transportation in Sonoma County includes the Sonoma County Transit which provides service to all cities in Sonoma County. Santa Rosa and the surrounding areas are served by Golden Gate Transit, which runs between Marin County and San Francisco. The Mendocino Transit Authority travels north from Santa Rosa to Ukiah (via US 101) and to the coast (via California Routes 12 and 1). SMART (Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit) currently provides service in the stations of the Sonoma County Airport area, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Cotati, Petaluma, Novato, San Rafael and Larkspur.

Airports within Sonoma County are: Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport, Cloverdale Municipal Airport, Healdsburg Municipal Airport. Petaluma Municipal Airport, Sonoma Skypark and Sonoma Valley Airport.

What kinds of Attractions are available in Sonoma County?

  • Sonoma County boasts a bountiful collection of mountains, forests, rivers, valleys, and meadows. Outdoor activities include hiking, fishing, kayaking, cycling, birding, canoeing, and many more.
  • Visiting farmer markets offers the experience of Sonoma County’s agriculture through farm tours and stays, produce picking, and cooking classes to name a few.
  • Wine tasting is also a top attraction in Sonoma County. Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot noir are the topmost varieties planted and produced in Sonoma County. Sonoma County has 425 wineries including the Sonoma Valley AVA, Russian River Valley AVA, Alexander Valley AVA, Bennett Valley AVA and Dry Creek AVA.
  • The annual Sonoma County Fair features music, carnival rides, farm animals, horse races, and Sonoma food. It happens every July in the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.