The SPEAKEASY Wine Club
Welcome to PONDL Winery! One of the smallest wineries east of the Delta!
We offer small lots of single vineyard wines, showcasing a collection of wines that represent a diverse character of flavors.
It is our pleasure to share these characters with you. Join our Speakeasy Wine Club and discover these hidden gems of the wine country.
Our Speakeasy Wine Club membership offers you VIP status where you will receive quarterly shipments of our wines, enjoy many great benefits including invitations to members-only events, exclusive discounts, and newsletters highlighting events and new releases.
Here’s the frame-up:
- 2-3 Bottles of new wines quarterly
- 20% Discount on wines
- Complimentary wine tasting for you and a guest when you visit the tasting room
- Quarterly club pickup events and wine release parties
- Priority picnic space use
- Special offers and giveaways
Download the “Speakeasy Wine Club” membership form and bring it into the Winery or fill out the form below and we will call you to get the required information.
There is no membership fee, and members can cancel after the second shipment by contacting us at 209 367-3672 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Quarterly shipments will range from $45-$65 and will be available for shipment* or for pickup at the Pondl Winery tasting room.
Wines may be sold and delivered only to persons who are at least 21 years of age. In placing your order, please represent to us that you are at least 21 years of age and that the person to whom your wine will be delivered is at least 21 years of age. When your wine is delivered, the person accepting the delivery will be required to show an I.D. proving that he or she is at least 21 years of age.
*Shipping charges will be calculated and charged separately.
Speakeasy: A speakeasy was an establishment that illegally sold alcoholic beverages during the period of United States history known as the Prohibition era (1920-1933). Speakeasies often were in hidden locations, and the term comes from a patron’s manner of ordering an alcoholic beverage without raising suspicion… bartenders would tell patrons to “speak easy” so as not to alert police or neighbors.