Bond Estate

Bond Estate

Bond is an Oakville, California, winery that makes widely acclaimed single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignons based on an unusual business model. Founded in the late 1990s by H. William Harlan, who in 1984 founded Harlan Estate, Bond uses grapes from five vineyards that Harlan does not own. The winery refers to its offerings as “a portfolio of wines that are diverse in their geographic representation…” The name Bond was selected to highlight the “bond” between Harlan, his winemaking team, which includes his longtime associate Robert Levy, director of winegrowing, and the independent growers who supply the grapes. Each of the “grand crus,” as Harlan calls his Bond wines, has been given a proprietary name, such as Vecina and Melbury, meaning that although the goal is to make Cabernet Sauvignons using only single vineyard grapes, Bond reserves the right to blend if necessary. Besides the “grand crus” Bond makes Matriarch, a second wine. The vineyards Bond leases are 7 to 10 acres each.

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Bond St Eden 2001 750ml
RP100 Utterly perfect, another wine that seems to have taken on a first-growth Pauillac-like char..
$4,380.00
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Bond St Eden 2004 750ml
RP97 The 2004 St. Eden seems to hit all the sweet spots on my palate. A wine of great complexity,..
$3,680.00
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Bond Vecina 2007 750ml
RP100 A perfect wine, the 2007 Vecina provides a prodigious display of blackberries, charcoal, bl..
$5,180.00
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