Weekly Promotions

Check out our limited-time wine deals weekly on some of our most popular wines. Ponti Wine Cellars feature a wide variety of wines from highly rated boutique wineries as well as famous wineries around the world at incredible value. These wine deals are available online or in our showroom.

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New Zealand Clearance

New Zealand is a remote island nation in the Pacific Ocean, a thousand miles or so south-east of Australia. It lies between latitudes 36°S and 45°S, making it the world's southernmost wine-producing nation. New Zealand has 10 major wine-growing regions spread across the North and South Islands, the most important of which is Marlborough.

A variety of wines are made in New Zealand, the most famous of which are the pungent, grassy whites made from Sauvignon Blanc in Marlborough. Pinot Noir has also proved itself well suited to New Zealand's terroir and has made itself at home in Martinborough, Marlborough and most famously in Central Otago, where the wines can be described as dense and muscular with strong flavors of dark fruit. The aromatic varieties Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer have found a niche in the cooler parts of the South Island, and Syrah the Bordeaux Blend varieties (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc) do well in the warmer parts of the North Island. – Information from Wine Searcher

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US : Duckhorn Winery

14 ~ 27 December 2018

Co-founded by Dan and Margaret Duckhorn in 1976, Duckhorn Vineyards has spent forty years establishing itself as one of North America’s premier producers of Napa Valley wines. From its modest inaugural vintage of 800 cases of Cabernet Sauvignon and 800 cases of Merlot in 1978, to its addition of Sauvignon Blanc in 1982, Duckhorn Vineyards has crafted a tradition of quality and excellence that continues today.

The quality of Duckhorn Vineyards' wines has always been based on a commitment to selecting the finest fruit. Whether carefully sourcing grapes from top sites in the Napa Valley or committing itself to estate vineyards, the winery was built on the belief that great wines begin in the vineyard. At Duckhorn Vineyards this has always meant an emphasis on site and terroir.

Today, the winery's seven estate vineyards are located in alluvial fans of the Napa Valley as well as on the coveted slopes of Howell Mountain. Winemaker Renee Ary has numerous vineyard blocks to choose from, each offering markedly different flavor profiles.

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Burgundy : Domaine Mongeard Mugneret & Mark Haisma

07 ~ 20 December 2018

Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret The village of Vosne Romanee entered in the Burgundy history in 1636. It was at the beginning of the 16th century that we first noted the name Mongeard in the registry. The Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret, renamed since 1945, now operates in the purist of the burgundy tradition vineyards from the Cote de Nuits to the Cote de Beaune, from Marsannay to the south of Dijon to Puligny-Montrachet. Vincent Mongeard, the son of Jean, who is as passionate as is ancestors, is committed not only to maintain and improve the family patrimony.

With all them most prestigious villages of the Cote: Gevery-Chambertin, Vougeot, Nuits Saint Georges and Savigny les Beaune, the property accounts for approximately 33 hectares, spread on 35 different appellations. The winery is in Vosne Romanee.

From Down Under to Burgundy

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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Sparkling Promotion

30 Nov ~ 25 Dec 2018

Brands : Dom Perignon, Philipponnat Cuvee "1522", Moet & Chandon, Barons de Rothschild etc.

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Italian : Super Tuscan

07 ~ 20 December 2018

Most super Tuscans use the legal appellation of IGT (Indicazione Geografica Tipica), which gives producers more flexibility than Chianti and other Tuscan DOCs and more prestige than vino da tavola. The wines tend to be modern, big and rich.

Some super Tuscans do contain Sangiovese, either 100 percent or in blends. But others are made solely from Merlot, from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, or from even more unusual blends.

Brands: Antinori Tignanello, Le Macchiole, Felsina, Tenuta dell'Ornellaia Le Serre Nuove, Sassicaia and etc.

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New Arrival Promotion

14 ~ 27 December 2018

Brands: Delamotte Brut, Paul Bara Brut Reserve, Ch Boyd Cantenac, Ch d'Issan, Ch Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Ch Leoville Poyferre, Chevalier de Lascombes, Vieux Chateau Certan, La Chablisienne, Fontodi, Joseph Phelps etc.......

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Bordeaux : Saint Emilion

07 ~ 20 December 2018

Unlike the wines of the Médoc (which focus heavily on Cabernet Sauvignon), Saint-Émilion wines are predominantly made from Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The other traditional Bordeaux varieties (Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Petit Verdot and Malbec) are permitted for use here, but are rarely used to any significant extent. This is not so much a question of taste and style as one of terroir; the clay and chalk rich soils around Saint-Émilion are generally cooler than those on the Médoc peninsula, and are less capable of ripening Cabernet Sauvignon reliably. Merlot makes up around two thirds of vines planted around Saint-Émilion, and continues to increase in popularity because of the softer, more approachable wine styles it produces. There are two notable exceptions to this: Château Cheval Blanc, where Cabernet Franc occupies 58 percent of the vineyard area, and Château Figeac, where Merlot, Cabernet Franc and (more unusually) Cabernet Sauvignon enjoy equal representation in both vineyard and wine. – Information from Wine Searcher.

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