A Worldly Celebration of  Pinot Noir

There are few destinations in the world where you can fully immerse yourself in the culture and community of finely crafted Pinot Noir. In the United States this sweet spot is
Willamette Valley, Oregon. On July 26-28 the 33 rd International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC) commenced in the heart of Willamette Valley on the Linfield College campus in McMinnville, Oregon. A yearly pilgrimage for Pinot Noir enthusiasts, the 2019 IPNC attracted 830 participants along with many of the most well respected winemakers and pioneers of Pinot Noir in the world. Since its inception in 1987, IPNC has attracted over 17,535 wine enthusiasts to this acclaimed wine-growing region. Seventy-eight featured wineries representing Burgundy, Austria, Alsace, Champagne, Germany, New Zealand, Canada and Chile along with Oregon and California, participated in this three-day venue.  

WINE REVIEWS

  • 2015 St. Innocent "Momtazi Vineyard" Pinot Noir

  • 2016 Domaine Drouhin "Dundee Hills" Pinot Noir

  • 2017 Chehalem Chehalem Mountains Pinot Noir

    Corral Creek

  • 2016 Stoller

    "Reserve"

    Pinot Noir

  • 2016 Lange Estate Vineyard

    Pinot Noir

  • 2015 Shea Wine Cellars

    "Shea Vineyard" Pinot Noir

VINE EDUCATION

LIFESTYLE

WINERY PROFILE

OUR INSTAGRAM

STAY IN TOUCH

Chicago Wine Press