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Guests enjoy the 2008 IPNC Winery Tour at Soter Vineyards.

We are happy to report that you may read about the wines, foods and events of the 2008 International Pinot Noir Celebration on a variety of reputable wine blogs!

IPNC really is a fantastic event, bringing together Oregon's Pinot Noir producers with some high caliber international guest wineries for a weekend of serious tasting and some pretty serious dining ...some great wines, and also one of the most remarkable gastronomic experiences I've had... read more of Jamie Goode's blog at wineanorak.com.

To have the privilege of holding these wines in your mouth for just a few minutes on a Saturday morning is the reason to travel to McMinnville in July... read more at The LA Times Daily Dish.

Every morning of IPNC a fleet of buses spreads out over the Willamette Valley taking groups to seminars and sumptuous lunches, but you don't know where you're going until you get there... read more at The Wine Camp Blog.

This annual event, now in its 21st incarnation, attracts hundreds of pinot-philes from around the world to the Willamette Valley... read more at Dr. Vino.

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IPNC Guests in the 2008 Photo Booth

Photographer and friend of IPNC, John Fenger, donated his Photo Booth for a night of fun and fundraising at the 2008 Salmon Bake.

IPNC is committed to supporting the ¡Salud! mission to provide access to healthcare services for Oregon's seasonal vineyard workers and their families.

Photo Booth photos may be viewed and downloaded at the following link:

IPNC & ¡Salud! Photo Booth Fundraiser

To make a donation, please visit ¡Salud! on our website. All donations go directly to ¡Salud! for the vineyard workers who grow the Oregon wines we love.

Thanks for helping make a difference!


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Horse ploughing Les Amoureuses vineyard, famed 1er Cru site shared by Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé

Come toast with us at the 23rd annual International Pinot Noir Celebration!

Over 60 of the world's premier Pinot Noir producers, 40 guest chefs, esteemed wine journalists, and fellow wine buffs will join François Millet, winemaker at the over 550 year old Burgundian estate of Domaine Comte de Vogüé, for an exciting and indulgent weekend in Oregon Wine Country!

To register, visit our new and improved IPNC website or call 800.775.4762.

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