Posts By: Rachel Tourville

Ponzi Vineyards Tasting Room Featured in 1859 Magazine

Read full article on the 1859 website. See below for section regarding the Ponzi Tasting Room. Tasting Notes Printed in October 2014 Edition   A wave of architecturally innovative tasting rooms create a whole new tasting experience in wine countryAfter forty years of decanting wine in the old family residence, the Ponzis decided to upgrade…. Read more »

Lake Oswego Boat House

This is a small but technical project we built on the water in Lake Oswego. The site is at the bottom of a cliff (a steep zigzag trail descends to where the boat house will be) and thus very difficult to access. We utilized barges to transport tools and materials to the site as well as… Read more »

Oregonian Feature on Fogelstrom DB projects

Past Perfected Sunday, April 01 , 2007 By JAN BEHRS The Oregonian   Neighborhoods such as Alameda, Irvington, Laurelhurst, Ladd’s Addition. Dunthorpe and the West Hills boast an enviable stock of signature homes from the turn of the 20th century, many designed by prominent builders and architects of the day.   Here and there, however, stand… Read more »

Ponzi Tasting Room Spotlighted in Oregonian

Ponzi Vineyards’ new Washington County tasting room vaults to forefront of metro area wineries   By Terry Richard, The Oregonian Posted August 7th, 2013   Ponzi Vineyards’ new tasting room, on the southwest-facing slopes of the Chehalem Mountains in rural Washington County, raises the bar forwine hospitality in the greater Portland area.   There is… Read more »