Vin | 65 offers solutions for managing winery websites including website design, ecommerce, content management, and customer relationship management.
Our current clients include:
Crushpad (who has used our platform to launch over 100 websites),
Mission Hill (the largest winery in Canada),
Wineries such as Yates Family Vineyard and Silver Horse Winery
Wine stores such as Burgundy and Beyond and Everything Wine.
For more, check out our Portfolio section.
Our mission is to be leaders in winery ecommerce.
Enobytes ("Eno" – short for Enology: a science that deals with wine and wine making, bytes: A collection of organized bits of information) has been around since 1996.
Back then, founders Marc Hinton and Pamela Heiligenthal provided consulting services for the wine and restaurant industry in the San Francisco area. Since then, the company has evolved radically.
In 2006, the online version of Enobytes.com emerged as we expanded our services to educate and share our passion and knowledge of wine and food with our readers across the globe.
Today, thousands of readers and a half a million hits from 52 foreign countries visit Enobytes.com each month.
Enobytes.com is a respected wine resource for enophiles looking for wine reviews, maps, vintage charts and commentary about the wine & restaurant industry.
Cornerstone Celars was launched with the 1991 vintage, and a head first plunge in to the world of remote winemaking by Memphis physicians, Michael Dragutsky and David Sloas. Having fallen in love with the Cabernets of Napa valley, they purchased 5 tons of fruit and were in the wine business. Craig Camp joined Cornerstone Cellars as their General Manager, and has brought blogging and Cornerstone together and is an avid supporter of social media. We salute you Craig! If you are in Yountville, be sure to stop by the tasting room for a treat and wines of distinction.
Melissa Dobson - PR & Marketing Melissa is a public relations and marketing consultant in the Finger Lakes Region of New York. After a travel agency downsizing following September 11, 2001, I enrolled at the State University of New York at Buffalo and finished my Bachelor’s degree in Communications/PR and Advertising. She has a voracious appetite for all things wine and public relations and hope to make a difference in the New York wine industry by helping wineries find and keep an open dialogue with their enthusiasts. And I hope to free up some of the time the do-it-all winery owner spends on marketing and public relations for their wineries. So on that note, if you’re a winery that would like to show off your tasting room, vineyards, or event, don’t hesitate to contact me… I promise not to pester you for your business, but you just might want to talk over creative ideas and business challenges after you meet me. I would welcome the opportunity to get to know you and I’m always looking for a chance to get hands-on experience! And as a Finger Lakes News Correspondent on LENNDEVOURS blog, I’m always looking for fresh, original content to include on Lenn’s and my own blog.
The Hudson Valley Wine Goddess, Debbie Lessner-Gioquindo became interest in wine in the late 90s.
Through the years, she has learned a lot about wine, and meandered much of the world’s wine country. through her blog, Debbie shares her knowledge, and focuses on the oldest wine region in the US – the Hudson Valley. Debbie loves to spotlight this region to bring attention to an overlooked area. Last year, she brought some of the areas wines to Sonoma, so us west coasters could taste the history and unique wines of the region. Debbie is a great supporter of social media, and while we will miss her greatly at the WBC this year (something about a kid graduating from high school), she will be following along on twitter and our blogs. Please say hi on TWITTER, and visit her blog to learn about the Hudson Valley!