Full Weekend 2017
The 31st Annual International Pinot Noir Celebration, July 28 – 30, 2017
As noted by Allen Meadows of Burghound, “The IPNC consistently attracts the brightest stars in the wine world…Perhaps best of all is the opportunity to interact with pinot producers from all of the world’s greatest regions. The weekend unfolds smoothly from start to finish and seems so effortless that it just leaves you wanting more. If you’ve never attended the IPNC, I have but one word of advice: go!”
Register online, by mail (Form to be uploaded soon), or by phone. Updates on the program will be available on our website throughout the year. We look forward to celebrating with you!
Regarded by wine and food luminaries as “one of the most enjoyable wine weekends in existence,” the IPNC is an irresistible event for Pinot devotees and food lovers. Join international winemakers and northwest chefs for a weekend in Oregon Wine Country! With the exception of a visit to a local winery, the event is held on the beautiful campus of Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. Full Weekend guests arrive on campus Friday morning of July 28th, 2017, for three days of tastings, seminars, vineyard tours, and meals. The full weekend event concludes Sunday at noon with a grand outdoor brunch. This is the ultimate Pinot noir experience, and we look forward to seeing you at this year’s celebration!
The 2017 IPNC Full Weekend Ticket includes:
• 2 Grand Outdoor Tastings
• Numerous Weekend Seminars
• Friday Night Grand Dinner and Saturday Night Salmon Bake
• A Vineyard Tour & Winery Lunch
• An afternoon University of Pinot Course
• An Array of Wine Related Activities and Small Format Tastings
• Friday and Saturday Breakfast on the Patio
• Sunday Sparkling Brunch Finale
• Opportunity to Celebrate with over 70 International Pinot Noir Winemakers and 60 Northwest Chefs
Highly regarded as one of the world’s finest wine events, the IPNC also is praised as a showcase for the Northwest’s famed farm-to-table cuisine. This year, more than 60 chefs from the region’s most revered restaurants will cook for IPNC guests over the course of the weekend.
Along with the speakers and chefs, it is the relaxing and festive atmosphere that sets the IPNC apart from all other wine events. Whether tasting Grand Cru Burgundy or walking through Oregon vineyards with the grower who planted them, guests find themselves unwinding in picturesque Oregon wine country for what Eric Asimov, wine writer for the New York Times, describes as “one of those rare wine gatherings that works on every level.”
Please note: Full Weekend tickets do not include admission to the Sunday afternoon Passport to Pinot tasting. You may purchase tickets to both the Full Weekend and Passport to Pinot, however, all wines served at Passport will have been served at the Alfresco tastings during the Full Weekend.
Service Fee: Please note that a 1.5% service fee will be assessed for tickets purchased online or by credit card. To avoid this fee, you may send payment by check. To pay by check, click here (form coming soon) for a printed copy of the registration form. Please make check payable to IPNC and mail along with form to PO Box 1310, McMinnville, OR 97128.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received after purchase date are charged a 25% fee. Cancellations after June 15 are non-refundable.
Purchase Problems: If for some reason you are having any problems ordering tickets online, feel free to purchase tickets by mail by printing out the 2016 IPNC Registration Form (Form Coming Soon). Fax the form to 503/472-1785 or mail to IPNC, PO Box 1310, McMinnville, OR 97128. You may also purchase tickets over the phone at 503/472-8964.
Questions? Call 800/775-4762 or 503/472-8964 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Pinot Noir Celebration
PO Box 1310
McMinnville, Oregon 97128 USA
Note: The IPNC reserves the right to refuse admittance or service to any individual prior to, or during the event, and to remove any person(s) from the event whose actions are inappropriate, unauthorized, or unlawful. The IPNC has a zero tolerance policy for the violation of OLCC rules and regulations.