Red, White, and Drunk All Over by Natalie MacLean

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In this bodice-ripping wine book that got widespread and excellent reviews in hardcover, multiple James Beard and IACP award-winning writer Natalie MacLean's journey through the international world of wine is the perfect companion for neophytes and wine aficionados alike.
Includes a new chapter with answers to questions about the trickiest foods to pair with wine: chocolate, cheese, vegetarian dishes, take out, and some spicy cuisines that are not traditionally thought of as wine friendly.
 

About Natalie MacLean

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Natalie MacLean is the author of Red, White, and Drunk All Over, which was named the Best Wine Literature Book in the English language at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. An accredited sommelier and journalist, she writes wine columns that reach 5.1 million readers in print, and her free wine e-newsletter is read by more than 125,000 wine lovers at www.nataliemaclean.com.
 
Published December 16, 2008 by Bloomsbury USA. 318 pages
Genres: History, Cooking, Travel. Non-fiction

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MacLean also discusses the market-shaping power of wine scribes like Robert Parker and Jancis Robinson, a British woman often at odds with Parker’s opinions and particularly his point system for scoring wines.

Aug 01 2006 | Read Full Review of Red, White, and Drunk All Over

Publishers Weekly

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MacLean's enthusiasm for wine is contagious. For the winner of the prestigious MFK Fisher Distinguished Writing Award, each glass represents a personal history, "a secret cellar in our mind

Aug 28 2006 | Read Full Review of Red, White, and Drunk All Over

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Like most people, I’m sure you think the life of a wine writer is exciting, yes? And roman...A very good gift — especially with your favorite bottle of wine.

Dec 04 2009 | Read Full Review of Red, White, and Drunk All Over

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An accredited sommelier, she is a member of the National Capital Sommelier Guild, the Wine Writers Circle and several French wine societies.

Sep 23 2010 | Read Full Review of Red, White, and Drunk All Over

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In a piece about having dinner with McInerney, her quivering celebrity-consciousness nearly obscures some quite useful advice to wine novices about creating a cellar.MacLean is energetic, dogged and willing to embarrass herself for our benefit, just not stylistically.

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