Wine for the World helps you discover delicious, thoughtful wines from unconventional wine regions. We’re a young wine import company working exclusively with boutique producers and artisanal family vineyards. We make our selections based on quality, responsible social and environmental business practices, limited production levels, and micro-market share in the US. We know getting great, hard-to-find wines is tough, so we created an easy way for you to access our wines – both in store and online.
Our team, producers, and partners at Wine for the World believe in quality products, responsible business practices, and community. We believe that you deserve to drink delicious wines where people and our planet are taken into serious consideration. This means that workers are given living wages, and that the environment is respected and preserved in the process. Read more about our Philosophy.
Live in New York City? You're in luck! We have plenty of local partners for you to buy your wine from that are just a phone call away. Many offer free delivery.
We also distribute to various states in the United States. Please contact us to find out if our wines can be found in your area.
Check out our Shipping Page for all shipping questions.
invino.com operates the ecommerce platform where Wine for the World wines are sold, and holds the required alcohol beverage licenses in order to sell the wine. When you place an order through our website, invino processes the transaction, packages your wine, and ships it to your door.
Wine is a delicate product! To enjoy our wine (or any other that's shipped) at its best, we recommend that you wait at least one week before opening the bottle to let it settle.
If for any reason you experience a problem with the quality or taste of a bottle, please email firstname.lastname@example.org within 30 days of your purchase for an instant credit to your account. Simply provide the details of how the wine did not meet your satisfaction, and they'll take it from there.
According to the Fair Trade International website, Fair Trade is defined as "an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. When farmers can sell on Fairtrade terms, it provides them with a better deal and improved terms of trade. This allows them the opportunity to improve their lives and plan for their future. Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful way to reduce poverty through their every day shopping."
Currently, the Fair Trade organization works with wine only in the countries of South Africa, Argentina, and Chile. Where possible, our producers are certified Fair Trade. In some cases, because of the artisanal nature of the wines we're interested in, our producers are too small to afford Fair Trade's certification costs. When it's not possible, we look for alternative, less-expensive, and local certification systems, like the Wine Industry Ethical Trade Association, Integrated Production in Wine, and the Biodiversity in Wine Initiative, among others.
We do the hard work on figuring out what's behind the wines, so that your only job is figuring out who to share it with!
Yes, we are happy to accommodate corporate gifting needs. Please email email@example.com.
Aw, thanks! There are three ways you can get involved: