Good things get better with age

Posted Wed, March 15, 2017 in All Posts, Library Wine Notes, Tasting Room


Ponzi Chardonnay Reserve

Did you know Ponzi Chardonnay Reserve can age quite beautifully? The structure and acidity allow this cuvée to evolve into a richer more complex wine over time.

Notes of pear, apple and jasmine transition to flavors and aromas of apricot, hazelnut, pie spice and brûlée.

Ponzi Pinot Noir Reserve

Ponzi Pinot Noir Reserve library wines are some of our favorites to revisit year after year. Winemaker Luisa Ponzi crafts them age and selects fruit from Ponzi’s oldest and finest vineyards, which ripen later and hold their acidity better.

Over a decade’s time, she finds flavors and aromas of cherry, plum and blueberry turn to currant, cedar and anise; then later to forest floor, savory notes and offer a silky texture.

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If you’re interested in Ponzi library wines, please contact the winery at 503.628.1227 or info@ponziwines.com.