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“one of the best”
Review of Archery Summit

Archery Summit
Ranked #4 of 19 things to do in Dayton
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: This is one of the valley's most lavish new operations. It's housed in a grand chateau on a hill and underlain by a network of newly bored caves.
Portland, Oregon
Level 6 Contributor
194 reviews
46 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 64 helpful votes
“one of the best”
Reviewed 28 May 2013

and certainly in the discussion of being the best oregon has to offer. Yes the wines are expensive but so are the others in this category. Look at the spacing and the slope of the vines planted right there next to the parking lot, They all have to be cultivated by hand. Quality comes with a price tag. We were there for Memorial Day Weekend, tasting was just right, not too crowded and not rushed at all. Thanks again.

Visited May 2013
1 Thank westlinn
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Seattle, Washington
Level 5 Contributor
80 reviews
11 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 55 helpful votes
“Amazing vineyard views, great wines with friendly and knowledgeable staff”
Reviewed 20 May 2013

Archery Summit is like a top end Napa vineyard with Oregon charm, it offers magnificent views with great wines to match. A must for any tasting trip and well worth the visit, don't miss this one!

Visited May 2013
1 Thank vacationmlc
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Curitiba, PR
Level 3 Contributor
16 reviews
3 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 17 helpful votes
“Complex wines, good atention, nice cellar”
Reviewed 8 May 2013

We have been there in a Sunday morning of a cool day. If you are a wine lover or enthusiast, you'll notice a serious work of these guys. We had a 2001 wine in tasting, something revealing the potential aging (good aging, by the way), of their wines. Oregon Pinot are not cheap wines, but anyone who knows a little about PN understands the fragility and care that this grape needs, so... low yields will result in quite pricey wines. Nice property, try to inform yourself about the Passport, it will result in good savings if you want to visit a lot of area wineries.

Visited April 2013
1 Thank ElmoDias
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Toronto, Canada
Level 6 Contributor
292 reviews
119 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 138 helpful votes
“A Beautiful Setting”
Reviewed 19 March 2013

We toured the Willamette Valley on a recent trip to Portland. Many wineries were closed mid-week during the off-season but this is a bigger operation and they receive visitors every day (no reservation needed). The winery is lovely but OMG the setting and the view - really spectacular! It starts with the stunning stone wall at the entrance. As we were driving up I commented to my partner that the rolling hills and endless view reminded me of Stellenbosch, the beautiful wine region in South Africa. Tastings are $15 (which is reasonable) and waived if you make a purchase. We tasted several vintages of Pinot Noir - not usually my favorite grape but these were good. Overall, their wines are on the pricey side but we splurged to buy a bottle of 2010 Red Hills Estate. Recommended for any Pinot Noir fan, and for everybody else... you cannot help but love the setting.

Visited March 2013
1 Thank jameskul
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New York City
Level 6 Contributor
158 reviews
45 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 51 helpful votes
“Beautiful place not such a great time”
Reviewed 3 February 2013

This winery was recommended to us. We payed a visit to this beautiful vineyard. The vistas and property are probably some of the most lovely I have seen in OR. I found the wines to be a bit pricey $45-85 a bottle and wasn't really impressed enough to buy one. The wine tasting is $15 and is waived with a purchase of $100. Only 2 of us were tasting and on the last sample, I offered a sip to my mother and we were charged for 3. I honestly enjoyed the walk to the restrooms inside the dark wine cellar seeing the wine makers at work than the wine tasting itself.

Visited January 2013
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