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Events

Archery Summit hosts both exclusive wine club events and consumer events throughout the year, including private wine tastings, gourmet food and wine pairings, winemaker dinners and club pick-up parties.

As an A-List member, we offer exclusive member-only events.  Click here to learn more.

Calendar of 2019 Archery Summit Events

Winter Release Open House

saturday, february 23  |  10am to 4pm

Meander through our European-inspired caves, pausing at tasting stations and be among the first to try our newest estate wines from the exciting 2017 vintage. Two of our favorite vineyards will be on full display: Archer’s Edge, a 10-acre south-facing site, and Renegade Ridge, a slightly higher-elevation, east-facing site. See just how distinctive two wines can be, despite being from vineyards within a stone’s throw of one another. 

The Winter Release Open House, open to the public, will offer a lovely glimpse of a new vintage and the splendor behind our barrel-room doors.

RSVP is kindly encouraged. Pack your winter coat as the caves tend to be on the cool side. Please contact events@archerysummit.com or call 503-714-2030.

World of Pinot Noir

Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2  |  Santa barbara, ca

World of Pinot Noir encourages attendees to discover, indulge, and celebrate. A wide cast of personalities will participate, from wineries to chefs to panelists. This year, Archery Summit Winemaker Ian Burch will be among the dozens of winemakers from West Coast labels who will offer a keen focus on Pinot Noir. A pair of renowned California chefs will engineer food pairings, luncheons, and dinners, while industry influencers such as Elaine Chukan Brown and Matt Kettmann will lead enriching seminars.

While the many California AVAs will be highlighted, the weekend will also showcase Pinot Noir strongholds like Burgundy, Chile, New Zealand, and Oregon. The World of Pinot Noir examines Pinot Noir from a genuinely global perspective, in a way that’s both enlightening and entertaining.

You can select individual events or opt for a full weekend pass, with prices varying accordingly. 

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Classic Wines Auction

Saturday, March 2  |  Oregon Convention Center

A tradition well into its third decade, the Classic Wines Auction brings together great food, world-class wine, and impressive gift packages to support a handful of worthy local beneficiaries. Known as the premiere event of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, the auction is among the longest running in the nation and perennially is given high ranks by publications like Wine Spectator. The 2019 auction will feature a handful of bright culinary minds, including the head chefs of Ned Ludd, Jackrabbit, a Cena, RingSide Fish House, and other prominent Portland restaurants. A gourmet multicourse meal will precede the auction. We are pleased to have our wine in an auction that provides such tremendous impact on our local community.

An estimated $46 million has been raised since Classic Wines Auction was founded in 1982. The nonprofit beneficiaries for the 2019 auction include Metropolitan Family Service, New Avenues for Youth, Friends of the Children, YWCA Clark County, and Unity Center for Behavioral Health.

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ProWein

Sunday through tuesday, March 17–19  |  Düsseldorf, Germany

ProWein invites tradespeople from across the drinks industry spectrum to western Germany for a three-day assessment of beverage culture. Taking place on the Rhine River in Düsseldorf, this vast fair caters to purveyors of wine and spirits, importers and exporters, and retailers as well as hotel and catering clientele. Several thousand wineries participate, from expected places like France and the United States to relatively unheard-of wine nations like Lebanon and India.

A United Nations of sorts for the sprawling beverage community, ProWein is as collaborative as it is colossal in scope. In this, the golden era of craft drinks, expositions like ProWein are all the more important to be a part of, from the standpoint of business, responsible winegrowing, and general trade.

Interested members of the trade and exhibitors can access more info and registration details here.

vinNEBRASKA

friday, March 29 and Saturday, march 30  |  omaha, nebraska

Omaha’s premiere wine event attracts New and Old World producers pouring their wares in support of several deserving charities. We are grateful to be part of vinNEBRASKA’s 2019 lineup and look forward to sharing our wines, visiting with our Midwest fans, and giving back to the community at large.

The spring weekend will begin with a vintner reception and gourmet dinner on Friday, during which guests can visit with winemakers. On Saturday, the event will go public with an expansive tasting followed by a silent and live auction. Auction items include vacations and special selections from participating producers.

Charities include Partnership 4 Kids, Ronald McDonald House, American Cancer Society, and Omaha Public Schools Foundation. Over its 30-year history, vinNEBRASKA has raised more than $3 million for such groups.

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Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction

friday, april 5 and Saturday, april 6  |  newberg, or

Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction has become a blockbuster soiree for the local wine community. Set in the nearby Allison Inn & Spa in Newberg, this auction for the trade highlights the ever-growing status of the Willamette Valley and its coveted wines. We will be among 80 local wineries involved, together combining to show both the quality and the diversity of our incredible appellation. The auction will be prefaced by several Friday attractions, including an immersion seminar and welcome tasting.

The Pinot Noirs for the 2019 auction are entirely from the 2017 vintage and come in five, ten, and 20-case lots. They are tremendously exclusive and represent some of the top Willamette Valley wines of the vintage. Individual lots can earn well into the five figures. Last year’s auction total surpassed a remarkable $800,000.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Willamette Valley Wineries Association, the region’s leading wine marketing agency.

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