‘09 Ponzi Pinot Featured in SF Chronicle
Posted Wed, October 26, 2011 in All Posts
2009 Ponzi Willamette Valley Pinot Noir ($35, 13.8%): Another score for experience in this vintage. Luisa Ponzi found a quintessential Willamette expression in this firm, mineral-driven bottle, made from a blend of 10 sites. Dusky cherry and bright cranberry fruit that all comes together with forest-floor scents.
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Sunday, October 23, 2011
Ponzi Contest Winners Enjoy Harvest
Posted Sat, October 22, 2011 in All Posts
The winners of this summer's "Passion for Ponzi" contest spent the day in wine country experiencing Harvest. Despite the cool morning, they picked a quarter ton of Pinot Noir at Aurora Vineyard in less than an hour! After picking, they followed the Pinot Noir into the winery to see all the action that takes place turning the grapes into wine. Harvest lunch followed accompanied by some delicious Ponzi wines of course. Not a bad days work!
Thank you to our winners for their fantastic entries showing their passion for Ponzi wine. Today we were honored to share our passion with you....
Picking complete at Avellana Vineyard
Posted Fri, October 21, 2011 in All Posts
Harvest kicked off on Sunday, October 16th at Ponzi's Avellana Vineyard, the youngest of Ponzi's four sites. Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from the 25 acre site, planted in 2006, made their way into the winery for processing. Next stop, Ponzi's Aurora Vineyard- our largest vineyard.
Sunny Skies in the Willamette Valley
Posted Mon, October 17, 2011 in All Posts
The forecast looks good the next few days. Our vines are happily ripening, getting ready for picking! First day of Harvest for Ponzi was October 16th. Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from Avellana Vineyard were picked and processed.
2011 Ponzi Family & Friends Harvest Party
Posted Sun, October 16, 2011 in All Posts
Since the first Ponzi Vineyards Harvest in 1974, it has been an annual tradition for the Ponzis to invite close friends and family to help kick off the most exciting time of year. What started out of necessity has now grown into a celebration of good fortune and community. The tradition is complete with mouth-watering sticky buns à la Nancy Ponzi, Harvest halibut, polenta and of course, Ponzi wine.