BOND is physical winery – yet more importantly, BOND is a philosophy of creating premium wines from a single variety (Cabernet Sauvignon) from ‘grand cru’ site specific Napa Valley vineyards. This story begins when founder Bill Harlan owned Merryvale Winery in St. Helena and Bob Levy was his winemaker. At the time Merryvale worked with around 60 vineyards in the valley; ultimately Bob recognized several vineyards that stood out from the rest based on quality of site.



Is the name for the wine from a 9-acre site located in the eastern hills overlooking the heart of the Napa Valley.

Making its debut with the 2006 vintage, the name is derived from the German word for a pristine source or an artesian aquifer. This property is steeply sloped facing southwest. The site is an ancient riverbed composed of cobble and rocks interwoven with pockets of tufa (volcanic ash) that were uplifted during the last volcanic activity in the area. Quella displays an almost ethereal quality of blue fruits, graphite, and a vibrant, subtle finish.


Ancient uplifted riverbed covered with Tufa (volcanic ash). Southwest Exposure.


Melbury, Pluribus, St. Eden, Vecina

The wines of Bond are remarkable expressions of Cabernet from prime Napa Valley vineyard sites by Bill Harlan and his winemaking team. Pluribus is a spectacular 7-acre site on the steep and exposed slopes of Spring Mountain and the 2014 offers dense sweet plum and blackcurrant fruit framed by chewy tannins and an immensely long finish.