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Ponzi Vineyards, Sherwood

#10 of 107 in Wineries in Oregon
Valley Winery / Vineyard
Founded in 1970, Ponzi Vineyards continues to set the standard for New World Pinot noir. Thriving for more than two decades under second generation ownership and operation, the winery maintains its unwavering commitment to producing cool-climate wines of distinction. One of America’s first women to be formally educated in Burgundy, Winemaker Luisa Ponzi carefully blends formal training with her lifelong experience working alongside father and winery founder, Dick Ponzi, to craft wines of complexity and depth. Ponzi Vineyards’ state-of-the-art winemaking facility and 120 acres of vineyards are certified sustainable, recognizing the winery’s commitment to environmental responsibility in the vineyard and the cellar. Ponzi wines are represented nationally by Wilson Daniels Ltd.

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  • Great tasting room with fantastic views of the valley. The staff was well informed and welcoming. We stopped in with no appointment and were welcomed and taken care of. The staff did swap who was taki...  more »
  • 9f you are looking for a great venue and a modern tasting room you're in luck.,but if you want something more authentic go elsewhere.  more »
  • We went for the tour. It was $30 each and only got to taste 4 wines. The tour itself was very short and the facility was small. The establishment is very modern. The grounds were very pretty but as we...  more »