Ponzi Arneis a Wines Northwest Favorite

Posted Fri, February 24, 2017 in All Posts, Recent Press

Chuck Hill of Wines Northwest gives the 2015 Ponzi Arneis a glowing review:

“This unique Italian variety almost became extinct in its native Piedmont region until a renewed interest in the 1990s brought expanded plantings. The grape name means “little rascal” in the Piemontese dialect, because it is reputedly difficult to grow. The Ponzis have conquered that problem and continue to produce a fabulous Arneis offering aromas of apple and baking spice and a complex palate of pear, spice, floral perfume and hints of Japanese plum wine.”

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