Shopping & Returns

What states does Big Naturals ship to?

We currently ship to all U.S. states except AK, AR, HI, IL, MI, MS, RI, SD, UT. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know when we become available in additional markets.

Where can I find Big Naturals in restaurants?

We're launching in restaurants beginning in 2023. Email us to find one near you or to begin carrying Big Naturals in your own restaurant or bar.

Does Big Naturals Ship Internationally?

Not yet, but we hope to sustainably offer this in the future.

How long does it take for my order to arrive?

Orders will typically ship within 2-3 business days of the order being placed. Transit times vary by location.

Do you accept returns?

We are unable to accept returns at this time. If you are dissatisfied with your purchase for any reason, please email our team at and we'll do what we can to improve your experience.

The Wine

What is natural wine?

Natural wine, also called low intervention winemaking, is wine made from unadulterated fermented grape juice and nothing else -removing the additives (fake oak flavor, sugar, acid, etc) of conventional winemaking techniques.

How much wine is in each box?

Each box contains 3 liters of wine, which is the same as four bottles of wine.

How long does Big Naturals stay fresh after opening?

Refrigerated Big Naturals' wine stays fresh for up to six weeks after opening.

Where do Big Naturals grapes come from?

Our wine is grown and produced in Paso Robles, California, and we're very proud of that.

Sustainability & recycling

How do I recycle Big Naturals boxes?

Our box is 100% recyclable, so when you're done, break it down and throw it in the recycling bin. The plastic bag inside is BPA-free and is typically recyclable, but please check with your local municipality to make sure.

Why is Big Naturals more sustainable than glass?

According to the New York Times, switching to wine in a box for the 97% of wines that are made to be consumed within a year would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2 million tons. That's the same as removing 400,000 cars from the road.

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