IPNC'S SUNDAY PASSPORT TO PINOT
SUNDAY, JULY 27, 2014
Address: 900 SE Baker St. McMinnville, OR 97128
2:00 - 6:00 pm
In the Oak Grove at Linfield College, McMinnville, Oregon
We welcome guests to a premier outdoor tasting of International Pinot noir from over 70 Featured Wineries and culinary treats from 15 Northwest chefs. The Passport to Pinot takes place in the beautiful shaded Oak Grove on the historic Linfield College campus in McMinnville, Oregon. This is a unique opportunity to meet some of the world's finest Pinot noir winemakers at Oregon's largest outdoor pinot tasting. To maximize personal interaction with each winemaker, the event is split into two sessions. Over 35 Featured Winemakers will pour for each session and break in the middle for winemaker introductions and surprises. Throughout the event, top-notch Northwest chefs will prepare divine dishes to accompany the unparalleled array of international Pinot noir.
The ticket includes a tasting of over 70 Pinot noir wines poured for you by the winemakers, food prepared by our guest chefs and a commemorative tasting glass.
Additionally, the IPNC is pleased to announce that guests of the 2014 Passport to Pinot will have the opportunity to taste rare, aged Pinot noir from the IPNC cellar.
Campus Map: Click Here for a campus map of Linfield. The Passport to Pinot is located in the Oak Grove (#63) at the north end of campus.
Directions: Please visit our Travel Page for directions and other travel information
You may purchase tickets to both the full three-day IPNC event and Passport to Pinot. Please note, however,
featured wines served on Sunday will have been served during the Alfresco tastings on Friday and Saturday.