Every year since 1987, a group of wine enthusiasts and vendors has gathered in Oregon for a chance to indulge in their closet alcoholism while appearing erudite. It used to be called the International Pinot Noir Convention, but I gather it's more like a party, so they call it the International Pinot Noir Celebration. With 60 winemakers from around the world for $125, yes, it's more like a party than a convention. Thanks to Chuck Humble, I get to taste their wares this year.