Burgundy Wine Tasting, 28 November 2018

Nov 13, 2018 1:01:00 PM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

Join us on 28 November 2018 (7pm-9pm) for a casual Burgundy Wine Tasting at the 5th level of Novelty BizCentre. We have selected some highly rated Burgundy wines. Special discounts are available on the that night!Read More

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Nov 1, 2018 10:50:00 AM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

Grgich Hills Estate (formerly Grgich Hills Cellar) is a winery located in Rutherford, California in the heart of the Napa Valley. The winery changed its name in 2006 when it first began producing only "estate grown" wines made from grapes grown exclusively in vineyards owned by the winery. The Napa Valley Wine Train has a passenger stop located at Grgich Hills Estate. Grgich Hills' vineyards are certified organic and biodynamic and it converted to solar energy in 2006.

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Oct 1, 2018 12:13:00 PM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

From Down Under to Burgundy

Former winemaker at Yarra Yering, now crafting acclaimed Burgundies and Northern Rhone wines, and recently featuring in Tim Atkin MW’s 25 producers to watch.

Mark chooses parcels of vines which he hand selects based on the quality of the site, the rigour of the grower’s viticulture and the health of the fruit. He has built up trusted relationships with vigneromes which allows him the choicest selection of their grapes and his own team of pickers ensure the fruit is harvested and transported speedily and in the best condition to the winery. Away from the Domaines, in Burgundy’s far from transparent grape-buying underworld, such attention to detail and commitment to quality is very rare.

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Sep 7, 2018 12:13:00 PM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

Vincent Mongeard, who is as passionate as his ancestors, is committed not only to maintain and improve the family patrimony, but also to expand it, when there is an opportunity, this to winden the variety of the Domaine.

The property accounts today for approximately 30 hectares, spread on 35 appellations producing white Burgundy issued from the Chardonnay grape, but also essentially red wines issued from the Pinot Noir grape in the best climates of the Côte.

The vineyard is located in the mid-slope. Southeast orientation on a chalk and clay soils.

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USA: Heitz Cellars

Jan 12, 2017 12:13:30 PM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

When Heitz Cellars opened in 1961, the Napa Valley had fewer than twenty wineries. Today there are more than two hundred. The home property was originally developed as a vineyard and winery in the 1880s by the Swiss-Italian family of Anton Rossi. The beautiful old stone cellar built in 1898 has made the transition through time and the Heitz family continues to age fine wines within, carrying on the tradition of the art of fine wine making in the Napa Valley.Read More

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USA: Chateau Montelena

Jan 12, 2017 12:05:44 PM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

Chateau Montelena's rich history began on a chilly fall morning when Alfred L. Tubbs spaded over and inspected the soil where he thought of planting estate vineyards. He'd heard the Napa Valley was the best place to grow grapes in California. A deal was struck and in January of 1882 the San Francisco entrepreneur owned 254 acres of rugged land just two miles north of Calistoga at the base of Mount Saint Helena. The soils are well drained, stony and loose – perfect for the vine cuttings he would plant.Read More

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USA: Shafer Vineyards

Jan 12, 2017 11:48:04 AM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

Shafer is the poster boy for impeccable wine quality year in and year out, offering examples of what a high quality, creative winery is capable of achieving even when vintage conditions are challenging. Since 1991, this has been the uncontested superstar of the Stags Leap appellation, and readers are unlikely to find a better Cabernet Sauvignon than Shafer’s Hillside Select, a better North Coast Syrah … than their Relentless, or a finer non-malolactic Chardonnay than their Red Shoulder Ranch. All of this is due to the extraordinary team of winemaker/vineyard manager Elias Fernandez and father and son, John and Doug Shafer.Read More

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Wine Rating Guide

Jan 1, 2017 5:55:07 PM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

We understand that the wide selection of wine can be overwhelming. Wine ratings and tasting notes from wine critics may give you some information about the wines. After a while, you will learn that which publications or tasters possess your style of palate. Always remember, everyone has a different palate and different preferences. You are the most important judge of the wine you drink.Read More

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How to Pair Food and Wine

Apr 21, 2016 10:58:58 AM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

Choosing a suitable wine to pair with your food is not complicated as you thought. Before refer to any rules below, first question you should ask yourself is: what is the wine style do you like? End of the day, it is more important to choose the wine style that you will enjoy and happy to finish the whole bottle!Read More

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Useful Links

Apr 18, 2016 2:37:55 PM | By Ponti Wine Cellars

We shortlisted a list of useful links for all the wine lovers to learn about wine from different regions or search for credible wine review.Read More

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