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Our Team

The Archery Summit team is an experienced and personable family devoted to taking Willamette Valley wine to new heights. Such commitment stretches from our winemaking and vineyard personnel to our sales and hospitality staff.

Ian BurchWinemaker
Karina GordonEstate Manager
Corey BeyerAssociate Winemaker
Ian Burch Portrait

Ian Burch Winemaker

Most oenophiles who venture to France to get a taste of Old World wine culture bring home memories of unforgettable meals or a new favorite producer. Ian brought home his life calling and a passion for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. His winemaking stints abroad—propelled by a wine education degree from California Polytechnic University—instilled in him an undying appreciation for cool-climate winemaking.

“The Loire is where I fell in love with wine,” Ian says. “Burgundy is where I fell for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.”

Ian’s reverence for these two noble varieties ultimately led him to Oregon’s Willamette Valley and Archery Summit. After years of making wine on both sides of the equator, Ian made his Oregon winemaking debut at prominent Willamette Valley label Evening Land Vineyards.

Ian considers Burgundian winemaker Dominique Lafon among his greatest mentors and is constantly impressed by the sense of community in the wine world, whether it’s in the French countryside or on the crush pads of the Dundee Hills. Driven by the pioneering spirit of New World enology, Ian continues to help chart Archery Summit’s exemplary path while honoring the uniqueness and history of its Dundee Hills sites.

He lives in the nearby Eola-Amity Hills, where he enjoys gardening, cooking, and exploring Oregon with his wife, son, and daughter.

Karina Gordon Portrait

Karina Gordon Estate Manager

Karina brings her creative passion and finesse for crafting and executing guest experiences to Archery Summit. Raised in Oregon, she has spent 17 years honing her expertise in the fine-dining circuit, at one point curating a list of more than 50 wines. Working the restaurant floor inspired a permanent appreciation for introducing people to new and remarkable wines, especially Oregon Pinot Noir.

In her seven years at Archery Summit, Karina has established a reputation for setting high standards to ensure guests have experiences they will cherish. She played roles at fellow Willamette Valley producers Patton Valley Vineyard and ROCO Winery before settling in at Archery Summit. A resident of McMinnville, Karina loves to spend time with her family.

Corey Beyer Portrait

Corey Beyer Associate Winemaker

Corey has been with Archery Summit since the 2004 vintage. The Minnesotan worked for the Bureau of Land Management after studying at the University of Wisconsin. He surveyed wildlife and combated forest fires before entering the growing Oregon wine movement in the 1990s.

A staunch supporter of his Willamette Valley community, Corey appreciates the entire vinification process, from budbreak to bottling. “It’s great to play a part in creating something that people enjoy with friends and family,” he says. “It takes a lot of hands to make that great glass of wine.”

He lives in McMinnville with his wife, three children, and yellow Lab, Isis. A competitive golfer and outdoors enthusiast, Corey is currently perfecting his fly-tying abilities.

Ian Burch Portrait

Ian Burch Winemaker

Most oenophiles who venture to France to get a taste of Old World wine culture bring home memories of unforgettable meals or a new favorite producer. Ian brought home his life calling and a passion for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. His winemaking stints abroad—propelled by a wine education degree from California Polytechnic University—instilled in him an undying appreciation for cool-climate winemaking.

“The Loire is where I fell in love with wine,” Ian says. “Burgundy is where I fell for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.”

Ian’s reverence for these two noble varieties ultimately led him to Oregon’s Willamette Valley and Archery Summit. After years of making wine on both sides of the equator, Ian made his Oregon winemaking debut at prominent Willamette Valley label Evening Land Vineyards.

Ian considers Burgundian winemaker Dominique Lafon among his greatest mentors and is constantly impressed by the sense of community in the wine world, whether it’s in the French countryside or on the crush pads of the Dundee Hills. Driven by the pioneering spirit of New World enology, Ian continues to help chart Archery Summit’s exemplary path while honoring the uniqueness and history of its Dundee Hills sites.

He lives in the nearby Eola-Amity Hills, where he enjoys gardening, cooking, and exploring Oregon with his wife, son, and daughter.

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Karina Gordon Portrait

Karina Gordon Estate Manager

Karina brings her creative passion and finesse for crafting and executing guest experiences to Archery Summit. Raised in Oregon, she has spent 17 years honing her expertise in the fine-dining circuit, at one point curating a list of more than 50 wines. Working the restaurant floor inspired a permanent appreciation for introducing people to new and remarkable wines, especially Oregon Pinot Noir.

In her seven years at Archery Summit, Karina has established a reputation for setting high standards to ensure guests have experiences they will cherish. She played roles at fellow Willamette Valley producers Patton Valley Vineyard and ROCO Winery before settling in at Archery Summit. A resident of McMinnville, Karina loves to spend time with her family.

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Corey Beyer Portrait

Corey Beyer Associate Winemaker

Corey has been with Archery Summit since the 2004 vintage. The Minnesotan worked for the Bureau of Land Management after studying at the University of Wisconsin. He surveyed wildlife and combated forest fires before entering the growing Oregon wine movement in the 1990s.

A staunch supporter of his Willamette Valley community, Corey appreciates the entire vinification process, from budbreak to bottling. “It’s great to play a part in creating something that people enjoy with friends and family,” he says. “It takes a lot of hands to make that great glass of wine.”

He lives in McMinnville with his wife, three children, and yellow Lab, Isis. A competitive golfer and outdoors enthusiast, Corey is currently perfecting his fly-tying abilities.

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