- Reply by gr, Dec 2, 2007.
By "this site", do you mean http://www.snooth.com/ ?
It is not strictly possible to order wines from Snooth (they are not licensed as a wine retailer), but you can purchase wines from associated online vendors and have them shipped to your door (provided your state permits that--for instance, in Pennsylvania the State Liquor Board requires that out-of-state sales be shipped to the nearest state store, where you pick it up and pay the appropriate state sales tax).
For instance, if I wanted to buy the 2000 vintage of Carpineto Chianti Classico Riserva, I could use http://www.snooth.com/search#carpin... , click the "buy it now" link next to the top result, taking me http://www.snooth.com/buy/carpineto... , where I find a http://www.snooth.com/merchant-redi... to buy the wine at Raeders Wine, landing me on http://www.raederswine.com/sku06061... , from which I can order the wine.
(Unfortunately, there are some vendor sites to which it is not possible for Snooth to pass us through directly to the wine we'd requested: that's dependent on the vendor's web site working that way. Many, as with Raeders, do work, though.)
- Reply by Chris Carpita, Feb 26, 2008.
Snooth has a new feature called Merchant Select that lets you pick a merchant close to you, so that the search results will only come from that store. It's been pretty useful for me! Click "Add a Merchant" at the very top to use this feature!
- Reply by Ryan Moynagh, Feb 29, 2008.
Really looking forward to being able to order wines here in Singapore! Please hurry Snooth!
- Reply by Philip James, Mar 4, 2008.
We're on it! Still looking for people to introduce us to their local stores so we can go sign them up - these things go faster with an intro