Posted Fri, December 16, 2011 in All Posts

It's the last weekend to shop! Stuck on what to get some of those "hard to buy for" relatives? We have plenty of ideas! Visit our tasting rooms in Beaverton or Dundee for recommendations from our knowledgeable staff. As always you can give us a call too, or shop online. The last day to ship Christmas gifts is Monday, December 19th.

Here are a few of our favorite gift ideas:

The Ponzi Vineyards Cookbook gift box set- Starting at $60
Presented in a custom wooden box are your choice of wine and a first edition copy of Founder Nancy Ponzi’s guide to entertaining and cooking. A limited...

The Ponzi and Dundee Bistro Staff Celebrate the Holidays

Posted Fri, December 09, 2011 in All Posts

It's hard to believe another year is nearly over. The Ponzi Vineyards, Ponzi Wine Bar and Dundee Bistro teams gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of 2011 and the holiday season on a chilly Friday evening this month. The Italian-inspired party was complete with wine from Vietti, dinner catered by Mingo and a mouth-watering assortment of Italian desserts- from Tiramisu to Cannoli.

Photos from the 20th Anniversary ¬°Salud! Auction

Posted Thu, December 01, 2011 in All Posts

Photos from ¡Salud! the Oregon Pinot Noir Auction held on November 11 and 12, 2011 at Domaine Drouhin Oregon and The Governor Hotel. At this year's event, nearly $680,000 was raised for the ¡Salud! healthcare program, which provides access to year-round healthcare for Oregon's seasonal vineyard workers. For the second year in a row, the Ponzi cuvée received the top bid at $10,000 to buyout the 5 case lot. In honor of their contributions to the ¡Salud! Program and community over the years, Nancy and Dick Ponzi received the ¡Salud! Legacy Award at this year's event.

Photos by John Valls and...

92! from W&S for 2009 Pinot Noir

Posted Mon, November 28, 2011 in All Posts

 2009 Ponzi Pinot Noir a Best Buy in the December issue of Wine & Spirits.

92 Points- Best Buy
"Scents of cola and spice yield to deep black cherry accents. There is such purity of fruit at first that the wine feels simple, but with air the black cherry is grounded by forest floor notes and kissed by oak, which gives the flavors length and ballast. It's a packed wine, and needs cellaring; wait a year or two and serve with pork loin." -Patrick Comiskey

New Releases Now Available!

Posted Mon, November 28, 2011 in All Posts

Stop by for a taste of three fantastic wines and stock up for the holidays: Ponzi Tavola Pinot Noir, Dolcetto and Vino Gelato.