IPNC draws crowd to Linfield
Jul 21, 2014
The three-day event includes programs about various grapes and wine-making techniques, dinners prepared by big-name chefs, wine tastings and other activities.
Some elements, such as winemakers’ dinners held at area wineries, will take place off-campus. Guests also will be taking tours to many of the wineries in Yamhill County.
This year’s featured chefs include:
Carrie Mashaney of Aragona of Seattle; Kat Whitehead of Aviary in Portland; Jamie Lewis of Blue Raven Farmstand, Amity; Patrick Fleming and Brannon Riceci of Boke Bowl, Portland; Sarah Marcus of Briar Rose Creamery, Dundee; Tommy Habetz and Nick Wood of Bunk Catering, Portland; Holly Smith of Cafe Juanita, Seattle;Adam Sappington of The Country Cat Dinner House and Bar, Portland; Jack Strong of Chinook Winds Casino; Dustin Joseph of Community Plate, McMinnville; Katy Millard & Ksandek Podbielski of Coquine Supper Club, Portland; Scott Ketterman of Crown Paella, Portland; Gregory Gourdet of Departure; Courtney Sproule of Din Din, Portland;Chris Flanagan of Dundee Bistro; Alissa Frice of Frice Pastry, Portland; Jesse Valle of Gem Creole Saloon of McMinnville; Mark Hosack of Gracie’s, Portland; Andrew Biggs of Hunt and Gather Catering, Portland; Ben Bettinger of Imperial, Portland; Chris Czarnecki of the Joel Palmer House, Dayton; Kate Koo of Kate Koo Sushi, Portland; Ken Forkish of Ken’s Artisan Bakery, Portland; Erik Van Kley of Little Bird Bistro, Portland; Stephanie Pearl Kimmel of Marche, Eugene; Kristen D. Murray of Maurice, Portland; Jason Wilson of Miller’s Guild, Seattle; Jason French of Ned Ludd, Portland; Eric Ferguson and CArmen Peirano of Nick’s Italian Cafe, McMinnville; Cathy Whims of Nostrana, Portland; Elias Cairo of Olympic Provisions, Portland; Ethan Powell and Tobias Hogan of The Parish, Portland; Keena Tallman and Shane Chapman of PBJ’s Grilled, Portland; Jamie Curl of Quin, Portland; Paul Bachand of Recipe, Newberg; bakers from Red Fox Bakery, McMinnville; Shiloh Ficek and Jody Kropf of Red Hills Market, Dundee; Jeff McCarthy of Remedy Wine Bar, Portland; Justin Wills of Restaurant Beck, Depoe Bay;Ben Dyer, David Kreifels and Jason Owens of Reverend’s BBQ, Portland; David Ezell of Ringside Fish House, Portland; Becky Burnett and Lisa Herlinger of Ruby Jewel, Portland; Kyle Lattimer and Paul Losch of Ruddick/Wood, Newberg; Joseph Mihm of Rye, Eugene; Kim and Tyler Malek of Salt and Straw, Portland; Johanna Ware of Smallwares, Portland; Jason Stoneburner of Stoneburner, Seattle; Matt Bennett of Sybaris Bistro, Albany; Billy Schumaker of Taqueria Nueve, Portland; Jon Rowley of Taylor Shellfish, Seattle; Jason Stoller Smith of Timberline; Brian Scheehser of Trellis, Kirkland, Wash.; Elizabeth Beekley of Two Tarts, Portland; Matt Christianson of Urban Farmer, Portland; David Briggs of Xocolatl De David, Portland.
Most of the activities are open only to those who purchased package tickets far in advance — the $975 tickets to this year’s comprehensive festival sold out months ago.
However, local residents still can buy tickets for Passport to Pinot, a food and wine even that will run from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, July 27, in Linfield’s Oak Grove. More than 35 winemakers will pour their vintages and discuss the nuances of Pinot noir. In additon, Northwest chefs will prepare dishes designed to accompany the wines.
Tickets are $125, available thrugh the festival website at www.ipnc.org/passport.php.
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