TLDR: For us to make a wine kit for you, add $62 to the price of a kit. Our most popular kits sell for about $155. All of our kits make 30 bottles. If you need bottles, add an additional $43 for 30 750mL glass bottles. All prices mentioned include taxes.
It really can't be any easier to have us make your wine kit for you. All you have to do is drop by the store and pick out a kit. We'll mix it up for you so you can add the yeast. When the kit is ready, usually in about 4 weeks, we'll call to arrange an appointment for you to come in and bottle the kit. It only takes about 20 minutes to bottle a kit.
All of our wine kits make thirty 750mL bottles; except our dessert wine kits, they are half kits and make fifteen 750mL bottles.
Recommended times until the wine is at it's best to drink range from 3 weeks to 14 months from when the kit is started. Our best selling kits recommend 4 months for a white and 6 months for a red wine. More info here.
Prices for a wine kit to be made by us start at about $110 and go up to $215 (add $62 to the price of a kit). Wine coolers cost about $126, one of our best selling white wines (e.g. Cru International Italy Pinot Grigio) cost about $152 and one of our best selling red wines (e.g. Cru International Chile Cabernet Merlot) cost about $157. These prices include corks, fees and taxes but do not include bottles, labels or shrink tops.
A set of 30 wine bottles would cost $43, labels start at $5.74 ($10.34 for custom printed) and tops are $3.44. You may bring your own bottles, cork-top or screw/cap-top, and if you need to buy any they are $1.44 each. Just remember that if you do bring your own bottles, they must look clean and cannot have any commercial winery labels on them.
We don’t offer discounts for multiple batches, but we do have sales on a regular basis. We post these here on our website.
All prices above include tax as of July 2021 and are subject to change.
* One more thing to note is if you are hosting your party at a venue that requires a liquor license, make sure they will allow homebrew wine. And if they do, check to see if they charge a corkage fee.