Women’s History Month
Posted Tue, March 03, 2015 in All Posts
March is Women’s History Month and people all over are paying tribute to generations of women whose contributions have led to societal, political, social and industrial innovations. Ponzi Vineyards, a second-generation, sister-run winery, is committed to creating ongoing awareness of the women whose contributions have made a difference in our culture, specifically in the wine industry. Below is a speech from the winery’s President Maria Ponzi (outside of Women’s History Month) recognizing the pioneering women who have made the Oregon wine industry what it is today.
“Two Terrific Days in the Willamette Valley”
We are pleased to share the exciting article, "Two Terrific Days in the Willamette Valley" which recently ran in Wine Country International Magazine. Writer Christopher Davies provides a brief history on the Ponzi family along with a description of the tasting room, describing it as "modern" and "northwest elegant." The publication gave Ponzi Vineyards a top rating (5 out of 5 stars!) calling it out as an "amazing destination" and a "real deal, family run winery" with "premium quality wines."
“Faces Behind Willamette Valley Wine”
We are excited to announce that Luisa Ponzi was recently featured in the article “Faces Behind Willamette Valley Wine” which appeared in Touring & Tasting Magazine’s 20th Anniversary Edition issue.
Adopt-a-Road Clean Up
Did you know that Ponzi Vineyards is part of the Washington County Adopt-a-Road program, which keeps county roadways safe and litter free? Early this morning, the Ponzi staff set out for the bi-annual clean up of Seiffert Road near the winery.
Recorking Library Wines
When it comes to wine, recorking bottles ensures that the quality is sustained for years to come. At Ponzi Vineyards, the dedicated cellar crew is committed to preserving the wines in the family library. Here, Luisa Ponzi has captured Ponzi team members Camilo and Jose as they maintain the excellence of some of our beloved vintages.