International Pinot Noir Celebration
Features:Price: $975 for the weekend, $125 for Sunday’s “Passport to Pinot.”
There’s no need to travel to the Old Country to find primo vino—just head to this gathering of oenophiles where you can trade tidbits with wine connoisseurs while savoring the latest grape sensation. For three whole days, some 65 international pinot producers will pour their finest and offer insights into the vine at tours, lectures, demonstrations, and, of course, a smorgasbord of tastings. Regionally renowned chefs will also be present to make sure every palate is properly cleansed.
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