Welcome to the Featured Winery Info Page where you will find resources for your winery participation along with examples and answers to frequently asked questions.
Please return forms and winery information by email firstname.lastname@example.org, mail (PO Box 1310, McMinnville, OR 97128), or fax 503-472-1785.
IMPORTANT EVENT DOCUMENTS
These documents are included in your registration packet that you pick up at the beginning of the weekend
WINERY PARTICIPATION SHEET / POURING SCHEDULE
FEATURED WINERY ITENERARY GROUP A
FEATURED WINERY ITINERARY GROUP B
FEATURED WINERY ITINERARY GROUP OC (ON-CAMPUS)
COPIES OF PARTICIPATION DOCUMENTS
2014 FEATURED WINERY REGISTRATION FORM (PDF)
2014 FEATURED WINERY CHECKLIST (PDF)
2014 FEATURED WINERY PARTICIPATION DETAILS (PDF)
2014 IPNC PACKING SLIP SAMPLE (PDF)
EXAMPLE OF WINERY BIOGRAPHY & PHOTO
We request that winery bios be written in third person with a maximum of 150 words. If word limit exceeds this amount we may take the liberty to revise the bio. It is helpful if you send these in plain text documents or directly in an email. Photos should be high-resolution. A vertical format is preferred. If you have recently participated in the IPNC and would like to use the same photo and bio on file, kindly notify our office or check the box on your winery registration form.
ELK COVE VINEYARDS (Gaston, OR)Represented by Adam Godlee Campbell & Shirley Brooks
Elk Cove Vineyards produces wines from outstanding vineyards in the Northern Willamette Valley of Oregon. Through site selection and meticulous vine management they achieve concentration and depth of flavor in the vineyard. At their winery they employ gravity flow and gentle handling to protect the inherent qualities of their estate-grown fruit. Their focus is on Willamette Valley Pinot noir, Pinot gris, Pinot blanc, and Riesling. Elk Cove Vineyards is a second generation family winery that has produced single vineyard Pinot noirs since 1979. Five Mountain, Mt. Richmond, Windhill, La Boheme, and Roosevelt Vineyard Pinot noirs have all been selected for specific site characteristics. Yields are kept to under two tons per acre for these special reserve bottlings. Find out for yourself why they say, "True quality is timeless."
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HELP US SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT YOUR IPNC PARTICIPATION
Include a link to the IPNC on your website and in your online event calendars. Please find a photo, logo, and publicity blurb below. Files will open in a separate window. You may need to turn off your pop-up blocking programs. You may also right-click on the file and save it to your computer.
IPNC Publicity Blurb
28th Annual IPNC: Pinot Nour and the Doors of Perception
International Pinot Noir Celebration
July 25 – 27, 2014
For the past 27 years the IPNC has been uniting Pinot fans from all corners of the globe in the spirit of friendship and the common pursuit of Pinot noir in all its grand diversity. We are thrilled to be one of nearly 70 featured wineries at the 2014 IPNC. Join us for a memorable weekend of extraordinary tastings, seminars, and many unforgettable meals with fellow Pinot producers, 50 top Northwest chefs, esteemed members of the press, and guests from near and far. Tickets are on sale now at www.ipnc.org and are sold on a first come, first serve basis!
FEATURED WINERY PRE-EVENT MEETING (Oregon Wineries Only)
On June 17th 2014, Oregon wineries will be required to attend a pre-event meeting to discuss their participation and hosting responsibilities. The meeting will be held at Linfield College in TJ Day Hall Room 222.
PREPARING AND SENDING YOUR WINE SHIPMENTS
- Deadline: June 1, 2014
- Enclose one copy of the packing slip in your shipment to the Abbey Wine Warehouse.
- Send a second copy to email@example.com
- Ship Wine to:
IPNC, c/o Trappist Abbey Wine Warehouse
9200 NE Abbey Road
Carlton, OR 97111
- Label the outside of each case clearly with the following indicators: Featured Wine – Alfresco, Featured Wine – Passport, Meal Wine – Pinot Noir, Meal Wine – White Wine, Vineyard Tour Seminar & Lunch Wine + On Campus Lunch Wine, Additional Pouring Opportunity (Be Specific), Pre-IPNC Dinner, and Personal Wine.
2014 IPNC PACKING SLIP SAMPLE (We will send you your winery-specific packing slip by mid-April)
LODGING AND TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS
When making travel arrangements, keep in mind that a winery representative (owner and/or winemaker) must be present from Friday morning at 8:00 a.m. to Sunday afternoon until 6:00 p.m. Please allow approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes for travel between McMinnville and the Portland International Airport. Additional resources are available on our travel page.
If you will require lodging, please be advised to make arrangements as soon as possible since accommodations in McMinnville fill up quickly. Visit our lodging page for details and contact information.
If you have questions or comments, do not hesitate to contact the IPNC office at (503) 472-8964 or email Brita Gaeddert at firstname.lastname@example.org.