A Unique Wine Club Experience
BONDLE sources from boutique wineries in France to deliver a seasonal selection of wines.
You can choose from three desirable tiers and receive France's finest wines at your doorsteps different times a year.
Celebrating All Of Life's Moments
Grown, harvested, vinified, bottled and labeled in France
Each wine in our highly curated collection is made by an experienced winemaker with the utmost respect for its terroir. We’ve carefully selected partner winemakers (whittled down from more than 100+ French vineyards) who share our passion for wine, food and hospitality.
We ship all year long from California with the major carriers, except during extreme weather conditions. You get email updates on your order and shipping ETA. Usually, it takes 2 to 7 business days, depending on the destination.
You can manage these options directly from your account, or if you prefer, feel free to reach out to us via email, and we'll assist you with the process.
Yes, we do organize wine tastings. These events are a wonderful opportunity to explore our curated selection of wines and experience the nuances of each bottle. If you're interested in attending one of our wine tastings, please stay tuned for our upcoming event announcements, which we typically communicate via email and on our website.
Grower Champagne is made by people who not only produce the grapes but also take care of the vineyards, often passed down through generations. It's a hands-on approach to winemaking that results in a unique, authentic Champagne.
Interestingly, only about 5% of the Champagne imported to the United States falls into the grower Champagne category. This means that the majority of Champagne available in the US is produced by larger houses. Grower Champagne offers a more personalized and artisanal experience for those looking to explore a more intimate and artisanal expression of this celebrated sparkling wine.
Natural wines are made from organic, biodynamic, or sustainably farmed grapes. The focus is on low intervention in both the vineyard and the winery, letting the wine and its terroir speak for themselves. Natural winemakers eschew the use of chemical pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and fertilizers and rely on native yeasts rather than commercial yeast to kickstart fermentation. This is wine as it's meant to be – expressive, beautifully crafted, and environmentally conscious.