IPNC Tickets on Sale
Over 60 premier Pinot Noir producers from all over the world will converge in Oregon July 23-25 for the 24th-annual International Pinot Noir Celebration. The McMinnville event unites wine drinkers and epicureans for a weekend of world-class tastings, seminars, vineyard tours, and famed Northwest cuisine prepared by 50 featured chefs during the three days of revelry in Oregon wine country.
Master of Ceremonies and keynote speaker this year will be Ray Isle, Wine Editor of Food & Wine magazine, James Beard Award nominee and acclaimed wine columnist. The two-part keynote seminar examines the art of pairing Pinot Noir with food. “Perfect Pairings” author Evan Goldstein MS, will be joined by four Northwest chefs to lead guests through the process of identifying the style and characteristics of a wine to create complementary food pairing.
The IPNC has been praised as a showcase for the northwest’s farm-to-table cuisine and its wineries. The celebration includes a tasting tour of Oregon’s AVAs, with lunch at one of 14 Willamette Valley wineries
Tickets ate $975 for the full event, sold on a first come, first served basis. For details, contact the IPNC at 800-775-4762, or visit www.ipnc.org.