Great Northwest Wines mentions Maria Ponzi as being the new President of Ponzi Vineyards

Posted Tue, August 26, 2014 in All Posts, Recent Press

“Growing up in the Oregon wine industry has instilled in me a drive to promote this unique region’s beautiful bounty,” Maria [said]. “We have something very special here. My intention is to maintain and mirror my parents founding principles, namely product integrity and sustainability. I have tremendous respect for what they have accomplished together......"

Ponzi Chardonnay One of the Highlights of Flat Rock Tasting in Canada

Posted Tue, August 26, 2014 in All Posts, Recent Press

One of the highlights of the Flat Rock tasting was the Ponzi Vineyards Reserve, a tasty little number that displayed a Burgundian flare...Ponzi Vineyards Reserve Chardonnay 2011, Willamette Valley, Oregon (92 points) — This is a gorgeously balanced Chardy with pear and other tree fruit aromas to go with a subtle mineral note. Such purity of fruit on the palate that builds in intensity with each sip, adding integrated oak spices through the long finish...

Maria Ponzi noted in Wine Business Monthly for new position at Ponzi Vineyards

Posted Tue, August 26, 2014 in All Posts, Recent Press

Maria Ponzi has been named president of Ponzi Vineyards. Established in 1970 by her parents Dick and Nancy Ponzi. For more than 20 years, Ponzi has directed the company's sales and marketing programs. She owns and operates the business with her sister, winemaker Luisa Ponzi....

President Maria Ponzi noted in Wine Enthusiast

Posted Tue, August 19, 2014 in All Posts, Recent Press

Ponzi Vineyards, established in 1970 by Dick and Nancy Ponzi, has named Anna Maria Ponzi president. Maria, who owns and operates the business with her sister, Winemaker Luisa Ponzi, has directed the company’s sales and marketing programs for more than 20 years.

Swedish Publication Reviews Ponzi Wines

Posted Mon, August 18, 2014 in All Posts, Recent Press

Forty years ago Oregon had very little winemaking. The land was cultivated with other crops, such as apples and walnuts. Few grew grapes and even less made wine. Then five families moved up and started growing grapes and making wine. For a long time, there was nothing extraordinary about it. But slowly and steadily, the Oregon wine initiative gained momentum and today it is considered one of the most interesting places for winemaking. Recently BKWine reporter Ulf Bengtsson had the pleasure of participating in a lunch tasting with Maria Ponzi, daughter of the founders, and marketing manager at...