We love wine and we love to explore beautiful landscapes, so in 2003 we created Bandit. This light-weight container is adventure-ready, keeps our wine fresh and delicious, and uses natural resources responsibly. From dinner around the campfire to back-packing on the Pacific Crest Trail, Bandit is ready for wherever the spirit of adventure leads you. Live well and go explore! - Charles Bieler, Joel Gott and Roger Scommegna
At Bandit, we have wine in our glass, and adventure in our soul. With a mission to never stop exploring, we also have conservation in our sights. That’s why we’ve teamed up with the National Park Foundation, which is celebrating 50 years as the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service. Our $50,000 donation to the National Park Foundation in honor of the 50th anniversary of the National Trails and National Wild & Scenic Rivers acts will support priority projects and inspire more people to #FindYourWay along beloved trails and rivers across the country.
Your next adventure is calling. Go Explore.
We know every decision we make impacts the environment, so we’re making sustainable choices that leave the Earth in better shape than we found it. Our eco-friendly ethos begins with our packaging. We use the innovative technology of Tetra Pak® to deliver our wine in an ultra-convenient carton that harnesses the power of renewable resources and reduces our carbon footprint. We respect the world’s limited natural resources, and we think our wine should, too.
Adventures are meant to be shared. So is great wine. Throw a carton of Bandit in your pack and get out there. And while you’re traversing this great big world of ours, share where you #GoExplore with Bandit.
It's what's inside the bottle that counts. So we got rid of the bottle. #ExploreWithBandit
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