IPNC Health & Safety Statement: COVID-19
May 7, 2020
Attention IPNC 2020 Ticketholders,
Due to the uncertainty posed by the novel coronavirus, the International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC) Board of Directors was forced to postpone the 2020 IPNC and has rescheduled the event for July 23-25, 2021. We share your disappointment and will miss celebrating with you this summer. IPNC is a special anniversary for so many of us and a highlight of our summer. Its presence will be sorely missed.
Since that announcement, we have seen an outpouring of support and have easily and painlessly rolled the majority of ticket holders to the newly rescheduled date in 2021. As a reminder, if you did not respond by May 1st to the multiple inquiries and communications, we have automatically updated your ticket for the newly established July 23-25th, 2021 date. There is nothing more that you must do at this time.
We look forward to welcoming you to the world-famous Willamette Valley July 2021st to celebrate all things Pinot Noir, Sparkling, delicious Chef-prepared meals, and each other!
Should you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 503-472-8964. IPNC staff is currently working remotely, and calls will be returned as soon as possible.
Yours in Pinot Noir,
The IPNC Board of Directors and Staff
Clifford Robben, IPNC President, Loosen Bros. USA
Matt Berson, IPNC President Emeritus, Portland Wine Company, Love & Squalor Wines
Gina Hennen, IPNC Secretary, Adelsheim Vineyard
Thomas Savre, IPNC Treasurer, Lingua Franca
Clare Carver, big table farm
Christine Collier Clair, Willamette Valley Vineyards
Michael Davies, REX HILL & Matzinger Davies
Bryan Hill, àMaurice Cellars
Greg Jones, Linfield College
Michelle Kaufmann, Stoller Family Estate
Linda Levy, Automotive Events
Phil Oswalt, Multnomah Athletic Club
Hallie Whyte, Soter Vineyards
Amy Wesselman, Executive Director
Anne Nisbet, Culinary Director
John Hernandez, Office Manager & Event Coordinator