Moss Wood will ship your wine order worldwide, and you can order as many bottles as you like.
To get the actual shipping cost for your address, select your wine and on our Shopping Cart simple enter your country and postcode to see your shipping costs.
Shipping rates in Australia use Australia Post parcel rates from our Margaret River winery.
Your shipping fee is based on the number of parcels and the total weight of your order. Once our online shipping calculator knows your delivery postcode, it will show you the calculated rate for your order.
For shipments over six dozen (72 bottles), please contact us to discuss bulk shipment rates.
Please note that no delivery will be left unattended. In the event a delivery is attempted and the recipient is not at the shipping address, Australia Post will leave a calling card for pick up.
Shipping Costs – Our online shipping calculator can give you online rates for your order for most countries.
International Prices – standard pricing is displayed including Australian taxes. Orders shipped out of Australia do not have Australian taxes applied – once your country is entered using the Shipping Calculator, international prices will be displayed in the Purchase pages and in the Cart/Checkout page.
Duties and/or taxes may apply to your shipment, and you will be responsible for these charges prior to your order going through customs. For deliveries to the USA, our quoted shipping rates DO include duties and taxes (excluding Hawaii, Alaska and Utah). No deliveries to Utah.
For shipments over five dozen (60 bottles), or to China, Hawaii or Alaska, please use our Contact Form or the PDF international order form to let us know your order requirements, and we’ll email you the total costs with shipping.
Cartons and Order Sizes
Our shipping providers (Australia Post and Get Freighted) charge us based on the total weight of the order and the number of cartons.
We can pack up to twelve 375ml or 750ml bottles into a carton. Each of our 1500ml Magnum bottles is individually boxed, and counts as a carton on its own.
If you are looking for the best value in terms of shipping costs, you will find that ordering online in dozens often works out to the lowest rates. Offline orders may have slightly higher shipping costs for orders that are not in dozens.