Canadian wine star Natalie MacLean’s fine and self-deprecating prose reaffirms my penchant for all things Canadian. Her new book details her adventures in locations both far-flung and within the Great White North, stalking value wines and winding up in helicopters over the Niagara Peninsula and in a car zooming down the Autobahn.
The reader gets to ride shotgun with her and learn about Malbec, German Riesling, South African wine and other key wine values. Her chapter-ending “Field Notes from a Cheapskate” provide a satisfying summary of these types. A must for those seeking to learn about affordable wine through the entertaining adventures of a vital, charismatic wine expert.
You can read more reviews of my new wine book Unquenchable here.