Chef Howard does Dessert

Posted Wed, January 25, 2012 in All Posts

No meal is complete without dessert. Chef Matt Howard has a growing repertoire of desserts up his sleeve. For Nike's lunch today he impressed with a gorgeous tart-inspired Apple Pie.

Pinot Noir Side-by-Side this Weekend!

Posted Fri, January 20, 2012 in All Posts

2008 Ponzi Pinot Noir makes an apperance this weekend only at the Estate Tasting Room in a side-by-side with the current release 2009 Ponzi Pinot Noir. 2008 Oregon Pinots received quite a lot of praise, but how does 2009 compare? Decide for yourself this weekend at the Estate Tasting Room with a side-by-side of the 2008 & 2009 Ponzi Pinot Noirs.

Sweet Wines for Sweethearts- 2/11

Posted Mon, January 16, 2012 in All Posts

Explore ice wines in this special sweet wines seminar with tasting room manager Jeff Mathews on February 11th at 11am and 2pm. Visit our calendar of events for tickets and details.

America’s Best Undiscovered Wines: Ponzi Pinot Gris

Posted Mon, January 09, 2012 in All Posts

The February edition of Food and Wine Magazine details several outstanding picks from Oregon that may not be on every consumer's radar. One of the recommendations is Ponzi Pinot Gris: "Ponzi, one of Oregon's most respected wineries makes textbook Pinot Gris.That means fresh nectarine and fresh peach flavors and zesty acidity." (Ray Isle, February 2012) Ponzi Pinot Gris is not only a delicious wine, but it is produced in an enviornmentally and socially conscious manner.

Oaked vs. Stainless Steel Chardonnay

Posted Mon, January 09, 2012 in All Posts

This week, taste the Ponzi Chardonnay and  Ponzi Chardonnay Reserve side-by-side and explore the differences between the two. Both are made from Chardonnay grapes, yet they vary greatly. Find out why one is fermented in oak barrels, and the other in stainless steel tanks. Open daily, 10-5pm at the Ponzi Estate Tasting Room in Beaverton and the Ponzi Wine Bar in Dundee.