A Palate Press editorial about copyright infringement by wine critic and author Natalie MacLean has unearthed new allegations of unethical behavior by the well-known wine writer. Winery proprietors say MacLean is in effect charging them to review their wines on her website.
Natalie MacLean is a well-known wine writer who proudly proclaims she was named the “World’s Best Wine Writer” at the World Food Media Awards. Unfortunately, Ms. MacLean appears to be building her reputation, and her business, on the work of others.
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Gift-giving season is upon us, and the Editors and Publisher at Palate Press have been getting bombarded with the annual "what should I get for the wine lover on my list" questions.
Having known mixologist-historian David Wondrich for a while, it was fun to talk with him recently about cognac, and how he would present this high-toned spirit to wine-oriented people. Wine-drinkers will en...
Wine Grapes, the huge new encyclopedic work by Jancis Robinson, Julia Harding, and José Vouillamoz covering 1,368 varieties of grapes used to make wine around the world, is at once full of surprises and unsurprising.
Before you start making shopping plans for black Friday, take a moment to focus on the first holiday, and actually enjoy it. Here are some non-traditional wine recommendations for your traditional Turkey Day menu.
Learn by drinking: Here’s a list of the best places around Boston that I found to explore the world of wine, one glass at a time.