Is there any difference between an “ideal” site for Pinot Noir and an “ideal” site for Riesling? In Burgundy, of course, Chardonnay is Pinot’s principal white bedfellow. But in many corners of the wine world, Riesling and Pinot are now grown side-by-side. A panel of vintners representing Alsace, Austria, California, Oregon and several German regions will illustrate their experience with Pinots, Rieslings and vineyard togetherness at the 2019 edition of the International Pinot Noir Celebration, to be held at Linfield College in McMinnille (OR) 26-28 July. John Haeger will moderate. Monitor IPNC’s website for additional information as it becomes available. (https://ipnc.org).