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Archery Summit

Archery Summit is a 115-acre estate in Dayton, Oregon. It was founded in 1993 by the late Robert Gary Andrus, a former Olympic skier who started his winemaking career in 1978 when he founded Pine Ridge in Napa Valley. Andrus sold his interest in Archery Summit in 2001 to Crimson Wine Group, a Napa-based portfolio of small, artisanal wineries. Under Andrus and now Crimson, Archery Summit has built a reputation of outstanding Pinot Noirs. Wine Spectator has written that Archery Summit’s Pinots “rival Burgundy” in quality. Harvey Steinman of Wine Spectator has called Archery Summit “the Rolls Royce of Oregon Pinot Noir.”

2017 Archery Summit Dundee Hills Pinot Noir

WE  93   
WA  92   
WS  92   
VN  92   
JS  92   
JR  15