Welcome to Spirits Wine Cellar! We are a family-owned and operated retail business in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, featuring an extensive selection of fine wine, craft beer and premium cigars, as well as a full liquor line and all the corresponding accessories and mixers. Our products are hand-picked by our experienced and knowledgeable staff with the intention of bringing both the “highest overall quality” and ”best overall value” brands to our customers and the surrounding community. As the bridge between the manufacturers of our products and the consumers of them, we strive to represent our suppliers with dignity and honesty, while always aiming to protect the interests of consumers by offering the best prices and the highest level of service. Our goal is simply to provide a positive experience for our patrons, so whether it’s a special order or a fancy gift wrap, we’re always ready to go above and beyond in the name of satisfying customers. Within this framework we offer a wide range of services, and to augment our basic retail operation we host and number of special events throughout the year, with an emphasis on education and enjoyment. This is Spirits Wine Cellar today, and we’re always looking to do better tomorrow!
Contacts: Jennifer and Matthew Bologna
Home Delivery Available October 2021
Alabama is an alcoholic beverage control state, which means that the state has a monopoly over the wholesaling of liquor. We purchase all liquor from the local ABC Store and are limited to the products that they carry. To learn more check out the Alabama ABC Board Website
As of October 2021, ABC Board-licensed businesses in the State of Alabama will be able to deliver wine, beer, and spirits to customer’s homes.
The bill (SB126) allows licensed in-state retailers only – package stores, grocery stores, wineries, breweries, distillers, restaurants, etc– to make alcohol home deliveries.
The measure allows the delivery of beer, wine, and spirits, but sets limits on the amounts that can be sold to a customer in any one day.
- Beer: canned or bottled beer, the maximum is 120 12-ounce containers. For draft beer, it’s 288 ounces.
- Wine and Spirits: it’s 9,000 milliliters (about 304 ounces).
Businesses with on-premises licenses, such as restaurants, cannot exceed 375 ml of alcoholic beverages, and the delivery must also be accompanied by a meal.
All delivery employees will be subject to criminal background checks and fingerprinted, as well as undergo training to help them identify underage or intoxicated individuals and faked or altered IDs. They must require each recipient provide a valid photo ID to confirm the person is 21 or older, and that the recipient sign for the order. If the recipient cannot prove his or her age or appears intoxicated, the delivery person must return the alcoholic beverage purchase to the retailer. The purchase cannot be left unattended under any circumstance.