Natalie MacLean’s Unquenchable!

From The Nat Decants Newsletter: 

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I’m so excited about the amazing cross-country tour Random House/Doubleday has planned for the launch of my second bookUnquenchable

 

There are events planned across the country … all of them include wine tasting and some amusing stories from the book: Vancouver, Okanagan, Whistler, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Niagara, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, St. John’s

 

Tickets went on sale yesterday and are going very quickly. I hope you’ll join me at one of these events … there are others planned across the country as well.

Unquenchable has now been #1 wine book on Amazon for three weeks thanks to your pre-orders.

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Ultimate July 1 Barbecue with a New Wine Mobile App

Game-changing technology allows you to instantly scan 150,000 wines in the liquor store

Toronto, May 12, 2011 – A new free mobile application will change the way Canadian wine lovers find, buy and enjoy wine this summer. The Natalie MacLean Wine Picks & Pairings app lets you use your smartphone camera to snap a picture of any bottle label bar code in the  liquor store. With one click, you get tasting notes, scores, and food pairings.

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Wines for the Top 10 Tough-To-Buy-For People on Your Holiday List

By Natalie MacLean Pairing wines with personalities for gift shoppers—there’s a Canadian app for that (and a web site) Natalie MacLean has some Good Gift ideas for your Happy Holiday Season! “Wine is one of the few presents that makes both the giver and the receiver look good,” says Natalie MacLean, the red-nosed e-sommelier behind www.nataliemaclean.com, … Continue reading Wines for the Top 10 Tough-To-Buy-For People on Your Holiday List

Canadian Woman Wins Les Dames d’Escoffier International M.F.K. Fisher Award

TWITTER.COM/LOCALFOODWINE *LOCAL FOOD AND WINE* FACEBOOK/LOCALFOODANDWINE Black’s award was for “Snob Appeal. Won’t Someone Knock Heirloom Tomatoes off their Pedestal?” Black writes, “The best tomato I ate last summer was not an heirloom tomato. If those don’t seem like fighting words, then clearly you do not take tomatoes seriously.” She adds, “‘Heirloom’ is not synonymous … Continue reading Canadian Woman Wins Les Dames d’Escoffier International M.F.K. Fisher Award