SALMON BAKE TICKETS FOR 2015 ARE SOLD OUT.*
*Salmon Bake tickets are still included as part of the Full Weekend package.
To be added to the wait-list, please email the IPNC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 25, 2015: Saturday Evening (7:30-11:30PM)
A long-standing tradition of the IPNC, the Salmon Bake dramatically showcases wild salmon roasted on alder stakes over a huge custom-built fire pit. Bask in the warm glow of a lantern lit Oak Grove at McMinnville, Oregon's Linfield College. Cellared Pinot noir and wines from around the world await you and will accompany an extravagant outdoor buffet designed by local chefs. Enjoy an extraordinary assortment of hand-crafted desserts. After dinner, relax to music and dancing under the stars.
Click Here for a virtual tour of the Salmon Bake soon after the event started in 2012. For a second view, Click Here.
Service Fee: Please note that a 1.5% service fee will be assessed for tickets purchased online or by credit card. To avoid this fee, you may send payment by check. To pay by check, click here for a printed copy of the registration form. Please make check payable to IPNC and mail along with form to PO Box 1310 - McMinnville, OR 97128. Due to space limitations and competition for tickets, you should expect a very quick sell-out once tickets are released in the spring.
American Express: Currently the IPNC online store cannot process American Express or Discover credit cards. If this is your preferred payment option, please call the IPNC at 503/472-8964 to have the card processed in-house and register over the phone.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received after purchase date are charged a 25% fee. Cancellations after June 15 are non-refundable.
Purchase Problems: If for some reason you are having any problems ordering tickets online, you may also purchase tickets over the phone at 503/472-8964.
Questions? Call 800/775-4762 or 503/472-8964 or send an email to email@example.com.
International Pinot Noir Celebration
PO Box 1310
McMinnville, Oregon 97128 USA
Note: The IPNC reserves the right to refuse admittance or service to any individual prior to, or during the event, and to remove any person(s) from the event whose actions are inappropriate, unauthorized, or unlawful. The IPNC has a zero tolerance policy for the violation of OLCC rules and regulations.