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About Ponzi Vineyards:
Ponzi Vineyards is a pioneering winery in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, founded by Dick and Nancy Ponzi in 1970. Dick and Nancy moved to the Willamette Valley in the late 1960s with a spirit of adventure and dream to produce world-class, cool climate-grown Pinot noir.
After an extensive search for just the right place, they invested everything they had into a small 20-acre farm on the northern end of the verdant Willamette Valley. They planted their first vines in 1968, establishing Ponzi Vineyards at a time when there were only a small number of other wineries in the region, forever solidifying their place as Oregon wine pioneers.
As the winery grew, the family constructed a sustainably focused gravity flow winery in 2008 and a state-of-the-art tasting room in 2013. Ponzi Vineyards’ low-intervention, natural approach to winemaking and viticulture, and consistent high-level acclaim and accolades have kept the brand a vanguard Oregon producer.
In 2021, Groupe Bollinger acquired Ponzi Vineyards—the family-owned company’s first property outside France – bringing new life and opportunity to the winery. Longtime winemaker Luisa Ponzi remains at the helm, collaborating with key figures from Groupe Bollinger domaines: Champagne Bollinger, Champagne Ayala, Domaine Chanson in Burgundy, Langlois-Château and Domaine Hubert Brochard in the Loire Valley, and Delamain in Cognac.