Sending wine as a gift to an expat in India

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marcopront Tue 05-Dec-17 16:12:14

Just a thought, if you are going to buy it outside of India, maybe consider something other than wine. You can get non Indian wine here but not for example cider. I normally bring some cider with me and save it for special occasions.

NightCzar Mon 04-Dec-17 11:33:35

Thank you. We have someone going over from work so I think a hand delivery might be the go. Thank you for your help.

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marcopront Mon 04-Dec-17 01:24:33

Sorry I wasn't clear.

It is not allowed generally.

NightCzar Sun 03-Dec-17 22:39:45

Sorry to keep on - do you mean that website doesn’t or it’s not allowed generally

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marcopront Sat 02-Dec-17 09:38:37

My friend checked with her brother. Apparently they don't deliver alcohol in Delhi.

NightCzar Sat 02-Dec-17 09:36:57

Thanks so much

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marcopront Sat 02-Dec-17 05:17:43

I've looked at all my main shopping apps for Mumbai and none of them do wine.
There is a Mumbai company Living Liquidz that deliver they may be able to help you. I've asked a friend from Delhi, if she knows of one I'll get back to you.


NightCzar Fri 01-Dec-17 22:27:48

Yes I guess so

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marcopront Fri 01-Dec-17 17:48:03

Are you looking for an Indian website?

NightCzar Thu 30-Nov-17 02:32:20

I’d like to some non-Indian wine to an expat in Delhi as a Christmas gift. Can anyone please recommend a good service/ website. Thanks so much.

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