Place d'Erlon and the Angel of Victory Le Parc les Crayères is a two star Michelin restaurant in Reims and I enter the dining
Certified Sommelier, WSET, mother, runner, goal setter.
I'm a wine writer for nataliemaclean.com. I'm also an active participant on social media, including being part of weekly wine chats on Twitter. <br> <br> I graduated from the Algonquin College Sommelier Program in 2011, after three years of study for the program and have recently achieved Level 3 of the Wine & Spirits Education Trust(WSET) diploma program based in London, U.K. <br> <br> I graduated from the School of Business at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario with a marketing and advertising major. My most important job is being a mother to two wonderful boys. I'm an avid runner addicted to half marathons, which helps keep my wine consumption in check.
Columbia Crest Wine Estates portfolio Juan Muñoz Oca came to the Pacific Northwest via Argentina. He was born in Spain but
07/08/2016 02:22 EDT
Physical activity makes us feel happy and more productive. We're more open to learning and more apt to share topics on a run than over a lunch. Perhaps the girls would learn a little more about themselves, be part of something bigger and take away tools to help them in their future.
06/07/2016 03:29 EDT
Mental illness can interfere with everyday living such as parenting, work, eating, personal hygiene, decision making and school. Here's where I come in. I'm a runner and I've participated in this event with my girlfriends. I've also suffered postpartum depression and anxiety.
04/20/2016 05:16 EDT
This February 6th VINTAGES has some delicious sparkling Rosés hitting the shelves. Sexy bottles and packaging are sure to entice even the most scrupulous buyer. Pair them with chocolate dipped strawberries, truffles, liquid cherries, red roses, and you've got a date!
02/05/2016 01:12 EST
"Storytellers connect people, reflect culture and inspire discovery through the art of storytelling," according the Storytellers
11/10/2015 06:00 EST
There's nothing like a cold, thirst quenching Riesling with racy acidity by the pool. A Sparkling wine is never wrong in a perfectly chilled flute for Sunday brunch or afternoon tea and a slightly chilled rich Chardonnay is the perfect heat busting nightcap.
08/20/2015 12:56 EDT
This year's slogan i LIVE Chardonnay was seen everywhere at the Festival including the T-shirts of 203 plus volunteers. I
07/23/2015 05:05 EDT
Easter long weekend with a new VINTAGES release hopping in to your local LCBO on April 4th. Our family and friends will gather around Easter feasts and no matter what is on offer -- turkey, ham, lamb, Prime Rib or fish -- VINTAGES has plenty of wine for a hippity-hoppity Happy Easter.
04/01/2015 01:09 EDT
My love affair with Cava continues. Pale lemon green with lots of tiny persistent bubbles. The nose is clean and offers green apple, lemon, lemon zest, biscuit, pear. The palate is dry with lively acidity and noted baked bread. The length is medium on a crisp palate cleansing finish. Not overly complex but good quality and the price is right!
12/12/2014 12:46 EST
The VINTAGES section of your local LCBO may be a bit of a mystery to you. The name itself suggests "Wine Snobs Only Please." Yes, VINTAGES is classed as the fine wine and premium spirits business of the LCBO, but excellent value limited quantity wines can be found if you venture inside.
11/10/2014 04:18 EST
I often joke with my running group and wine enthusiast friends that the reason I run half marathons is to keep my wine consumption
10/10/2014 11:17 EDT
It's been a week since the International Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration in Niagara wrapped up the Fourth Annual event (i4c14). I was one of the "CRU "behind the Cool -- a volunteer. I tasted 20 of the 117 wines over the weekend and selected my favourites.
07/29/2014 05:22 EDT
I loved Chardonnay even when Chardonnay wasn't cool. And the coolest of the uncool? Ontario Chardonnay. That's why I spent the weekend in Niagara at the International Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration. This is the fourth year for this international event that draws together more than two thousand other lovers of the world's most planted -- and often, maligned -- grape, Chardonnay.
07/22/2014 05:47 EDT
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