We're coming for you. This summer, UPS is offering temperature controlled ground shipping for only $8 more. This is how it works: once a week, an air-conditioned train will leave California and head cross-country to one of four east coast hubs, meaning each destination will haul in one train per month. Then, from one of those eastern hubs, the wine will be sent using regular ground service. The result is 2DayAir service for the price of ground + $8. So all of you easterners won't have to wait until November to get your wine. Pretty. Dang. Cool.
So pick up those phones and call up ol' Jefferson to tell him how happy you are to get your wine a few months earlier. Isn't he cute?
Jefferson. Circa 1977.