If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return your order to the warehouse for a full refund (Bottles must be unopened, in the state you received them, and in the original packaging). We believe that in order to have the best possible online shopping experience, our customers should not have to pay for domestic return shipping. So if you're not happy with your purchase, just contact us right away and we will provide you with details for returning the unopened bottles - your domestic shipping costs are prepaid by us.
With the WineChateau.com 365 day return policy, there are no special catches or exceptions. All we ask is that you send the items back to us in the original packaging, unopened, and in the same condition you received them.
You can return your purchase for up to 365 days from the purchase date.
Products must be in the condition you received them and in the original box and/or packaging.
Return shipping is absolutely FREE.
You will be provided with a pre-paid FedEx domestic label to return the purchase to us.
Once your return is received and inspected by the fulfillment centers (usually within 72 hours of receipt), your refund will be processed and a credit will be automatically applied to your credit card or original method of payment within 7 days. Please note that depending on your credit card company, it may take an additional 2-10 business days after your credit is applied for it to post to your account. As part of our 365-day return policy, all returns will need to be received and processed by our warehouse within 365 days of purchase.
No returns or exchanges on Spirits unless we sent the wrong item.
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white, but beyond that it didn’t say. Given it’s German and the wine is fairly sweet, Riesling is a good bet. Woodruff is also involved.What on earth is woodruff?: Woodruff is a flowering herb-type plant. It’s super-strongly scented, the scent originating largely from a chemical called coumarin. You’ve probably encountered it in perfume – it’s sweet and floral and strong. It’s a very strong rodent-killer and can be toxic to humans in much larger doses than anyone’s likely consume. The Germans apparently love woodruff – it’s in everything from Maywine to brandy to sausages to jam to ice cream. If you want an idea of how it tastes, think violets, but then make the violets white instead of purple.*A festive wine, appearing in conjunction with the blooming of Waldmeister (Sweet Woodruff) in early May. Traditionally produced with this herb, which was steeped in the wine to impart its unique flavor. Semi-sweet with hints of almond and vanilla, it’s perfect by the glass or in a punch with strawberries and peaches.Our festive Maywine is produced by adding sweet woodruff extract. This gives the wine a delicious herbal flavor. Serve chilled anytime - all year long!
I purchased several bottles of Leonard Kreusch May Wine" in the 1980's and the flavor has haunted me for all these years. It has a delicious light sweetness to it with a distinctive flowery herb taste that you eill never forget. I have looked at several wine & Liquor stores around here