Portland’s Biwa brings on Ponzi Rosé

Posted Mon, March 19, 2012 in All Posts

Next time you visit Biwa you'll find the brand new 2011 Ponzi Pinot Noir Rosé on their wine list. Read why in Sommelier Anthony Garcia's blog: http://wineisdivine.com/ponzi-pinot-noir-rose-willamette-valley-2011

Taste the Acclaimed Chardonnay Reserve

Posted Tue, March 13, 2012 in All Posts

Touted by The New York Times as "Rich and well-integrated", sample the delectable 2008 Ponzi Chardonnay Reserve: "This explosive and intriguing nose suggests guava, white peach, tangerine zest and cardamon. The mouth is bright with a touch of pineapple and green apple, great minerality in the mid-palate. The finish is long with a slight zing of Meyer lemon.” -Winemaker Luisa Ponzi

"Rich, well-integrated 2008 Ponzi Reserve... balanced with lingering flavors of flowers, nuts and oak." -New York Times

2008 Ponzi Chardonnay Reserve spotlighted as a top 3 white wine in the Connoisseur...

Family style celebration

Posted Mon, March 12, 2012 in All Posts

Enjoy a family style wine dinner event in our private event space.   We will handle all of the details to make a perfect evening for you and your guests: crisp linens, Riedel crystal, fine china and fresh flowers arrangements are just a few of our special touches.  Cheers!

Ponzi Wines Tasted in New Zealand

Posted Fri, March 09, 2012 in All Posts

Thanks to the Washington County Visitor's Association and Travel Oregon, Ponzi Pinot Gris and Ponzi Pinot Noir made the long trek to New Zealand and were featured as part of an informational meeting about Oregon tourism. New Zealand travel agents were treated to an opportunity to learn about trips to Oregon's wine country and other amazing destinations from Oregon's tourism industry representatives.

Ponzi Mentioned in DC’s Washington Flyer

Posted Thu, March 08, 2012 in All Posts

Last November, Maria Ponzi hosted a winemaker dinner at Timberline's Silcox Hut, alongside the lodge's Executive Chef Jason Stoller Smith. Read about the experience, and more on the cozy venue, in the January/February edition of the Washington Flyer.


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