Willamette Valley: A Top Travel Destination

Posted Thu, January 10, 2013 in All Posts

The Wine Enthusiast names their top 10 travel destinations in the world for 2013 and the Willamette Valley made the list. The Dundee Bistro is recommended as a great place to dine while visiting wine country.

The Willamette Valley is a big place, and it’s stuffed with friendly wineries, gorgeous scenery, toy towns and a dazzling array of outdoor activities. Visitors should plan to explore the countryside, not just the main towns. That means lots of driving on twisty, two-lane roads, so try to focus each day’s excursions on a confined area. Headquarter in Newberg or Dundee for quick access...

Ponzi Rosé Featured at Le Cirque’s Sirio Maccioni Tribute

Posted Thu, January 03, 2013 in All Posts

The sold out 2011 Ponzi Pinot Noir Rosé was poured in the company of other producers of international acclaim at the decadent tribute dinner, held at the legendary Breakers resort in Palm Beach, Florida. Guests were treated not only to an impressive line up of wines but indulged in the decadence of one of the most famous restaurants in the world Le Cirque of New York City. An Evening with Le Cirque: A Tribute to Sirio paid tribute to owner and maître d' Sirio Maccioni by bringing together eminent chefs Daniel Boulud (a Le Cirque alum), David Burke, Marc Murphy and Jacques Torres, along with...

Siding goes up on office wing

Posted Wed, January 02, 2013 in All Posts

Stunning warm woods blended with the clean lines of concrete and metal make up the new building aesthetics.

Cheers to the New Year!

Posted Wed, January 02, 2013 in All Posts

January is a great time to visit the Estate Tasting Room. Enjoy tastings of current Ponzi releases and views of the historic Ponzi Estate Vineyard. New releases include the 2011 Ponzi Riesling and 2010 Ponzi Pinot Noir. Open daily 10-5pm.

SF Chronicle: Top 100 Wines 2012

Posted Thu, December 27, 2012 in All Posts

2011 Ponzi Pinot Noir Rosé a Top 100 wine in 2012

“Beaverton-based Ponzi farms enough Pinot to dedicate plenty to rosé. With a full day of soaking on grape skins, this is a dedicated effort, showing a foresty edge to sweet raspberry and cranberry. Intense and slightly tannic, and just right for heartier fare.”
Jon Bonné, December 2012 

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San Francisco Chronicle