Scouting the Scene- Harvest Update

Posted Fri, September 30, 2011 in All Posts

Assistant Winemaker JP Pierce made a visit to Wahle Vineyards on Friday to take a look at their beautifully ripening Pinot Noir. Fruit from Wahle often is part of the Ponzi Pinot Noir cuvée.

Willamette Valley is Nominated for a Wine Star Award

Posted Wed, September 28, 2011 in All Posts

For the second year in a row, the WIllamette Valley is nominated for a Wine Enthusiast Wine Star Award for "Wine Region of the Year". See all the 2011 nominees: 

Oregon Wine History Archive Unveiled at Linfield

Posted Tue, September 27, 2011 in All Posts

Linfield College now houses an archive dedicated to preserving the history of the Oregon wine industry. The archive is part of the newly launched Linfield Center for the Northwest, which will help sponsor research and educational outreach connected to the wine industry. Learn more at

Or read articles from the following publications: Portland Business Journal, Wine Spectator and News-Register

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Sunset Western Wine Awards 2011 Finalists

Posted Mon, September 26, 2011 in All Posts

2008 Ponzi Chardonnay Reserve is up for an award in the $26-$40 whites catagory and will be featured at the gala and Savor event all weekend long!

Sunset Western Wine Awards 2011 Finalists-

Winemaker Luisa Ponzi a “Bright Star”!

Posted Mon, September 26, 2011 in All Posts

Oregon's wine pioneers earn their praise

Wine columnist Paul Gregutt says a look at the recent accomplishments of those who founded the Northwest industry is in many ways more valuable than tracking the newcomers. Paul Gregutt, Special to the Seattle Times

Pick of the week
Ponzi 2010 Pinot Gris; $15
Bright with scents and flavors of apples and pears, this fresh, spicy young wine is bone dry, moderately low in alcohol and utterly delicious. It couldn't be more refreshing. (Distributed by Young's-Columbia)


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