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Creminelli Artisan Salami 4-Pack

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First Sucker:
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Last Wooter to Woot:
keyacko
Last Purchase:
2 years ago
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Top 26% of all Woots
Woots Sold (rank):
Top 43% of Wine Woots
Top 42% of all Woots

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Cesare


quality posts: 1613 Private Messages Cesare

Creminelli Artisan Salami 4-Pack
$36.99 (Normally $50.00) 26% off List Price
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame Casalingo, 5.5 oz.
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame Piccante, 5.5 oz.
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame al Barolo, 7 oz.
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame al Tartufo, 7 oz.

-il Cesare
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fredrinaldi


quality posts: 35 Private Messages fredrinaldi

same ol, same ol, stuff

klezman


quality posts: 122 Private Messages klezman
fredrinaldi wrote:same ol, same ol, stuff



Very true but very delicious. I have a set on the way from the woot+ last week.

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thetrain2


quality posts: 1 Private Messages thetrain2

So bummed I didn't just order that last Pinot Noir. I had looked yesterday on here saw they had NJ listed as a state they can ship to so I was so excited because I've always wanted to order.

When the So Be it came up I looked again and NJ wasn't listed so I didn't order it.

I then started googleing and found it seems you can have wine delivered to NJ, but by the time I got back it had 2% left and I didn't get to order it. Not even 100% sure they can ship to me because NJ wasn't listed, but I'm hoping they can for future.

Anyone know specifically if they can ship or not? Why whouldn't NJ have been listed on that wine and it was on others?

Thanks

Signed
So Hoping the So be it 2009 Pinot Noir comes up again!

reif99


quality posts: 1 Private Messages reif99
Cesare wrote:Creminelli Artisan Salami 4-Pack
$36.99 (Normally $50.00) 26% off List Price
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame Casalingo, 5.5 oz.
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame Piccante, 5.5 oz.
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame al Barolo, 7 oz.
(1) Creminelli Artisan Salame al Tartufo, 7 oz.



Presumably this needs refrigeration, right?

How do they ship it?

paulmd


quality posts: 5 Private Messages paulmd

This is really tasty stuff. By far, our favorite food item (not counting the Rain Republic Chocolates) from Woot.

shammychan


quality posts: 1 Private Messages shammychan
reif99 wrote:Presumably this needs refrigeration, right?

How do they ship it?



A cured sausage like a salami will not need refrigeration for shipping.

reif99


quality posts: 1 Private Messages reif99
shammychan wrote:A cured sausage like a salami will not need refrigeration for shipping.



Looks like at least a couple of them are uncured, according to the package.

North316


quality posts: 107 Private Messages North316
thetrain2 wrote:So bummed I didn't just order that last Pinot Noir. I had looked yesterday on here saw they had NJ listed as a state they can ship to so I was so excited because I've always wanted to order.

When the So Be it came up I looked again and NJ wasn't listed so I didn't order it.

I then started googleing and found it seems you can have wine delivered to NJ, but by the time I got back it had 2% left and I didn't get to order it. Not even 100% sure they can ship to me because NJ wasn't listed, but I'm hoping they can for future.

Anyone know specifically if they can ship or not? Why whouldn't NJ have been listed on that wine and it was on others?

Thanks

Signed
So Hoping the So be it 2009 Pinot Noir comes up again!



If it wasn't listed, then it is very likely that that wine could not be shipped to NJ. While NJ has finally fixed their backwards ways and allows direct wine shipments, each winery still must purchase a license in the state in order to be able to ship there.

What does this mean for you? You have to keep an eye out for wines that do ship to NJ. The law was just enacted this year, so there are a lot of wineries which may be slow to purchase to the license and some that may not find it worth the extra and will chose not to purchase the license.

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cmjesquire


quality posts: 0 Private Messages cmjesquire

Damn Woot caught me while I was hungry. In for 3!

thetrain2


quality posts: 1 Private Messages thetrain2
North316 wrote:If it wasn't listed, then it is very likely that that wine could not be shipped to NJ. While NJ has finally fixed their backwards ways and allows direct wine shipments, each winery still must purchase a license in the state in order to be able to ship there.

What does this mean for you? You have to keep an eye out for wines that do ship to NJ. The law was just enacted this year, so there are a lot of wineries which may be slow to purchase to the license and some that may not find it worth the extra and will chose not to purchase the license.



Ah...Got it! Thank you so much. That makes perfect sense.