Natalie MacLean

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Natalie MacLean is a Canadian wine writer, as an author of books, articles and the publisher of a subscription website.[1]


In addition to her work published in the books Red, White, and Drunk All Over (2006)[1] and Unquenchable (2011)[2] in her e-newsletters and on her website, MacLean's writing has been included in publications such as Epicurious,[3] The Guardian,[4] The Age,[5] The Huffington Post,[6] BusinessWeek, Chicago Tribune, and Ottawa Citizen.[7]

MacLean's website membership has been estimated to over 145,000 subscribers.[8] Among her awards are the Louis Roederer 2009 Online Wine Writer of the Year[9] and the Jacob's Creek Awards 2003 World's Best Drink Writer.[5][10]


  1. ^ a b Asimov, Eric, The New York Times: The Pour (December 6, 2006). Settling in, Glass in Hand, to Read of Wine
  2. ^ Parsons, Kate, The Globe and Mail (January 26, 2012). A sparkling blend with a kick
  3. ^ Natalie MacLean Contributor Bio
  4. ^ MacLean, Natalie, The (June 28, 2007). Champagne with potato chips? You bet!
  5. ^ a b MacLean, Natalie (November 10, 2003). "Warm as toast". Melbourne: Retrieved 2014-03-13.
  6. ^ MacLean, Natalie, (November 16, 2012). Bargain Holiday Wines: Pour Like Santa, Save Like Scrooge
  7. ^ Ottawa Citizen articles by Natalie MacLean
  8. ^ 'Tis the season to break out bubbly (but it's also good all year) – Winnipeg Free Press
  9. ^ Gellie, Tina (2009-09-08). "Decanter writers shine at Roederer Awards". Retrieved 2014-03-13.
  10. ^ Syntrx Solutions, "2010 World Food Media Awards". Retrieved 2014-03-13. {{cite web}}: External link in |author= (help)

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