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The World’s Premier Pinot Noir Experience

July 29 – 31, 2022
McMinnville, Oregon

The Full Weekend

Fri July 29 – Sun July 31
Regarded as one of the world’s finest wine events, the IPNC is also praised as a showcase for the Northwest’s famed farm-to-table cuisine.
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Salmon Bake

Saturday, July 30 | 7:30-11pm
A long-standing tradition of the IPNC, the Salmon Bake dramatically showcases wild salmon roasted on alder stakes over a huge custom-built fire pit.
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Passport To Pinot

Sunday, July 31 | 2-6pm
A condensed version of the IPNC, the Sunday Passport to Pinot offers guests a chance to taste wine from our 70+ Featured Wineries!
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THE FULL WEEKEND

Fri July 29 – Sun July 31
Regarded as one of the world’s finest wine events, the IPNC is also praised as a showcase for the Northwest’s famed farm-to-table cuisine.
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SALMON BAKE

Saturday, July 30 | 7-10pm
A long-standing tradition of the IPNC, the Salmon Bake dramatically showcases wild salmon roasted on alder stakes over a huge custom-built fire pit.
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PASSPORT TO PINOT

Sunday, July 31 | 2-6pm
A condensed version of the IPNC, the Sunday Passport to Pinot offers guests a chance to taste wine from our 70+ Featured Wineries!
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Celebrating Pinot Noir, & The People Who Make It, For 35 Years!

The IPNC offers Pinot Noir consumers and industry members the chance to enjoy an unparalleled selection of Pinot noir from around the world via a full schedule of seminars, walkaround tastings, winery tours, and unforgettable meals prepared by top Northwest chefs. With the exception of a vineyard and winery tour, the IPNC is held on the beautiful and historic Linfield University campus. McMinnville is an easy hour drive southwest of Portland in the heart of Oregon wine country.

Our Story

The International Pinot Noir Celebration each July is the best consumer wine event in the United States.

DAVE MCINTYRE - WASHINGTON POST

It’s the tops; there is nothing as well-run and instructive

FRANK PRIAL - THE NEW YORK TIMES

The IPNC offers great foods, fantastic wines, and interesting lectures all wrapped up in a very casual, relaxed atmosphere that simply makes it a joy to attend.

ALDER YARROW - VINOGRAPHY

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.

ALLEN MEADOWS - BURGHOUND.COM

I’d recommend IPNC as an intro for casual Pinot lovers or a full-on master class for winemakers. Actually, I’d say it’s required!

SARA SCHNEIDER - SUNSET MAGAZINE

IPNC is one of those rare wine gatherings that works on every level

ERIC ASIMOV - THE NEW YORK TIMES

One of the most enjoyable wine weekends in the world

JANCIS ROBINSON - JANCISROBINSON.COM

Despite Oregonians’ inherent modesty and laid-back-to-the-point-of-sleepy nature, they manage to throw one hell of a festival

RICHARD MARTIN - FOOD REPUBLIC

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