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Enobytes (“Eno” – short for Enology: a science that deals with wine and winemaking, and bytesA unit of digital information) has been around since 1996. Over twenty years of wine and restaurant experience translates to engagement and credibility for your business when you work with us. More than 6 million readers across the globe choose Enobytes for in-depth food, travel and wine articles every year.

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Enobytes Readership, Top 12 States: New York, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington

Enobytes Readership. We’re read in 136 countries. Top 12 Countries: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Portugal, France, Germany, China, Norway, Italy, Sweden, Australia, Argentina

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  • Listed as“one of the editor’s favorite blogs that rate wines” ~ WineBusiness

  • Top 100 Portland Twitters, ~Twitterholic

  • San Jose Mercury News: Wine Blog of the Week: Enobytes

  • Top 25 Wine Blogs – postrank.com, 2009

  • Top 100 Wine Tweeters

  • Voted Top 10 Wine Blogs in the industry –Local Wine Events

  • Voted Saveur Magazine’s “Best of the Web” award  – Saveur Magazine

  • Top Wine Bloggers – Alltop

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Features & Mentions

Features & Mentions

Freelance Writing

  • The Daily Meal: Great Sparklers and a Pairing Guide, 2017

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Hazelfern Cellars X Girls Club PDX Summer Dinner in August, 2016
  • Oregonian Newspaper: 5th annual Bon Appetite Feast Portland 2016 Tickets are almost gone, 2016
  • Oregonian Newspaper: May is Oregon Wine Month, 2016
  • AboutFace Magazine: Can White Wine Age? 2015
  • AboutFace Magazine: Serving Wine, 2015
  • AboutFace Magazine: Wine Labels, 2015
  • AboutFace Magazine: Honeywood 80th Year, 2015
  • Oregonian Newspaper: Spring 2016 Classic Wine Auction Dinners, 2015
  • Oregonian Newspaper: Wine Travel and Timely Diversions, 2015
  • Oregonian Newspaper: Annual 2015 Classic Wines Auction Winemaker Dinners Tickets Going Fast, 2015
  • Oregonian Newspaper: Feast 2015: Revel in the Bounty, 2015
  • Oregonian Newspaper: Taste the North Valley, 2015

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Carlton Crush Harvest Festival, 2015

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Tickets Go On Sale for Eat Drink SF, 2015

  • Oregonian Newspaper: The World of Merlot: Walla Walla, 2015

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Domaine Schoenheitz is Alsace at its Best, 2015

  • AboutFace Magazine: Sips And Textures, 2014

  • AboutFace Magazine: Contrast your Pairings, 2014

  • AboutFace Magazine: Find the Wine, 2014

  • WINERY SPOTLIGHT Heredad Segura Viudas, Sommelier Journal, 2014

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Paying It Forward, 2014

  • Oregonian Newspaper: The World of Syrah June 19-21 Walla Walla, 2014

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Early Oregon Wine Pioneer Departs ~ A Toast to Jeffrey Lamy, 2014

  • VIV Magazine: The Ultimate Summertime Guide to Seasonal Food and Wine Pairings, 2013

  • Contributor of the 2012 edition, Every Wine Tells a Storyby Tara Devon O’Leary, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Annual Alsace Varietals Festival to Showcase International Whites, 2013

  • Oregonian Newspaper: New Wine & Food Book Captures the Bounty of the Pacific Northwest, 2013

  • Oregonian Newspaper: 2013 Willamette Valley Harvest Opportunities, 2013

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Do the Stars Shine Bright for Pinot Blanc? 2013

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Summertime Wine Events in the Willamette Valley, 2013

  • Oregonian Newspaper: 2010 Angel Vine Alder Ridge Vineyard Columbia Valley Zinfandel, 2013

  • Book: A History of Pacific Northwest Cuisine: Mastodons to Molecular Gastronomy, 2013

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Lamb Jam PDX 2012 & 2012 Willamette Harvest notes, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Pink Martini @Youngberg Hill & Savor Southern Oregon 9/16, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Bluegrass and BBQ @Van Duzer Vineyards, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Portland, Beaverton, Newberg and the Columbia Gorge hosted events, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC) Pre-Event Dinners, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Destinations for Summer; Astoria, Long Beach and Willamette Valley, 2012

Freelance Writing

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Embracing the Enlightenment of Discovery, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Cana’s Feast defines the road less traveled Oregon’s Hwy 47, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Great Restaurants, Northstar expands and Ponzi’s gracious hospitality, 2012

  • Oregonian Newspaper: 2011 Wine, Words and Weather, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Holiday Gifts & Winery Visits, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Post Thanksgiving Fun in Oregon’s Wine Country, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Make a Stand for a Good Cause iSalud! Benefit Auction, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Harvest Happenings and Beyond, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Sonoma’s Jordan Vineyard and Winery Still Producing Winners, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Cool Summer and Hot Events, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Maryhill Winery offers hospitality worth the trip, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Rodney Dangerfield’ed in my own Backyard, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Carmenere “Sorry France, I hear South America Calling”, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Try Something new for Memorial Day Weekend, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Beautiful Bilbao, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Elevated Mystical Location Mt Veeder Deserves its Reputation, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Broadley Vineyards Monroe, Oregon Quintessential Pinot Noir, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Taste, Discuss, and Broadcast at the Same Time Social Media Wow, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Roso D’ Oro /Nick Buttira / Lake County Wines Worth Savoring, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: R. Stuart & Co. Revitalizes Downtown McMinnville, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: No Money, No Bordeaux, Not Always, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Engage with your passion at Big Sip Oregon, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: The Soul of Lodi, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Oregon Pinot Producers Who Paved the Way, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Argentina Stirs the Fire in my Heart, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Tough Pairings and Easy Sharing, 2011

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Sommeliers, Stewards Say Syrah Slow to Sell, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Forest Grove First?, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Vino Paradiso Discover Some Holiday Cheer Here, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Cheers! Cava Creates Credible Culinary Comotion, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: News, Brews, Mead and an Earnest Plead, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Best Wine Education Event for 2010 NW Food and Wine Festival, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Immortal Zin a Lodi Statement, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: American Wine Consumer Coalition, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Full Flavored Wines for Fall, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: New West Brings the Best, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Forest Grove First?, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: Richard Arrowood Announces his Departure from Arrowood, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: An Impressive Lineup from the Dundee Hills AVA, 2010

  • Oregonian Newspaper: APizza Scholls Continues to Rock Solidly, 2010

APPEARANCES

  • Book signings: Powell’s Books, Barnes & Noble, Oregon, Washington and California

  • Oregon Wine Industry discussion on Wine Marketing Blog Talk Radio

  • Wine Blogging Workshop moderator, Wine Bloggers conference #WBC12

  • Big Sip Oregon, wine education seminars, Portland, OR

  • Portland’s “Vine Time” on News Radio 750 KXL

  • California’s Central Coast “From the Growing of the Grape to the Glass” on KUHL-AM 1410

  • Cooking classes & wine educational seminars, Cook’s World, Seattle, Washington

  • American Beef Council spokesperson, San Francisco, California

  • Chef, Bohemian Grove, California: Where the rich and powerful go to misbehave

  • Judge: Portland Lamb Jam sponsored by the American Lamb Board

  • Judge: Oregon Wine Competition

  • Judge: San Francisco International Wine Competition

  • Judge: The Beverage Journal Tequila Judging

TESTIMONIALS

“…I love the Enobytes book! The history is well documented and the photos are great. Marc’s storytelling is definitely humorous but just as informative. I would recommend this book.”

Amazon customer review
“…the pace of Enobytes Pacific Northwest Cuisine moves fast and the story is compelling and engaging…I could not put it down.”
Barnes & Noble customer review

I recommend @enobytes for being an awesome member of the wine community!”

Clark Smith
“…Wine writer Hinton traces the influences that have shaped the cuisine of the Pacific Northwest.”
The Seattle Times
“Enobytes provides a lot of quality tools for the wine lover in all of us, including 90+ point wines under $20 [and a truly great vintage chart]…I think you’ll appreciate their conversational style as well as their willingness to interact with readers through email, their forum and even video.”
Mark at Mark’s Wine Blog & Uncorked Ventures
“I enjoyed the author’s witty and lighthearted humor that covers the culinary and wine scenes of the Pacific Northwest. Refreshing read for a history book, which covers 13,000 years in a matter of 200+ pages.”
Good Reads reader review

“If you are a foodie or a student of Pacific Northwest History, this is a good read and timeline of events. Reading this book will bring into light why this area is so dependent and blessed to have the great agricultural movement it does. Hopefully, it will ignite the reader to continue that cause.”

Powell's Books reader review

“I bought this book for my daughter, which is in culinary school. Before wrapping it up as a gift, I started reading it and I could not put it down. The synopsis is spot on as the author is quite humorous.”

Barnes and Noble reader review

“A very informative wine site…”

WineExpedition.com

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Another Wine Blog

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Rick Bakas

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InstallEarth.org

“The Enobytes trivia game is fun and addictive!”

Mike Kalina, Pro baseball player, Chicago, IL

“Enobytes (twitter) trivia games are fun & informative! Great site, too.”

Hipster Enologists, Los Angeles, CA

“Pamela is full of wine knowledge and her #VinQ wine trivia is always great fun! “

Sobon Family Wines, Amador County, CA

We dig @enobytes because wine is fun, trivial . . they help keep us informed and on our toes”

Organic Wine Review

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