Tasting Room Manager Jeff Mathews TV

Posted Tue, May 29, 2012 in All Posts

Where to Eat in Wine Country

Posted Tue, May 29, 2012 in All Posts

 

The Oregonian's 2012 Spring Wine Guide: To dine in wine country, recommends The Dundee Bistro as a great Willamette Valley restaurant to visit while enjoying wine country.
 
Late spring and early summer can be a glorious time to visit Yamhill County. The chance of getting a clear day increases with every turn of the calendar page, and when it's sunny, you can enjoy dramatic vistas from the tasting rooms of wineries such as Domaine Serene and Lange Estate, which are very picnic-friendly. On dreary days, you'll want to keep the blanket and the picnic basket in the trunk, and hit one...

SF Chronicle Picks Ponzi Rosé

Posted Sun, May 27, 2012 in All Posts

New release 2011 Ponzi Pinot Noir Rosé is a pink pick from The San Francisco Chronicle.

2011 Ponzi Willamette Valley Pinot Noir Rosé: Beaverton-based Ponzi directs some of its Pinot bounty directly to rosé, with a daylong maceration. The dedication pays off. There's a foresty edge to the sweet raspberry and cranberry. Focused and intense, with great minerality and enough tannins to telegraph its seriousness.

A bounty of 2011 rosé: The Chronicle recommends
Jon Bonné |Sunday, May 27, 2012 

 

Start Memorial Weekend with Ponzi!

Posted Mon, May 21, 2012 in All Posts

Heading to wine country this Memorial Weekend? Ponzi Vineyards is a great place to begin. Stop in to pick up a guide to all the holiday weekend happenings and a Willamette Valley wineries map.

Saturday, Sunday & Monday, May 26th-28th, 10-5pm

Our historic Estate Vineyard and tasting room are a quick drive from Portland. Sample new releases 2011 Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc along with signature Ponzi Pinots. This weekend only, 15% off 12 bottle cases. Plus receive special pricing on our favorite "Summer Selections". Just $60 for 4 bottles of delicious wines for summer sipping.

The Weather Machine at Pioneer Square

Posted Mon, May 21, 2012 in All Posts

The Weather Machine is part art, part weather forecaster. Ponzi Vineyards founder Dick Ponzi was one of the minds involved in its creation in the late 1980s. 'Under the weather' for several months, The Weather Machine is back up and running again on the northwest end of the square. Every day at noon, the machine makes its prediction by displaying either a golden sun (clear day), Blue Heron (for mist and drizzle) or a Dragon (indicating a storm is on the way).