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Monday, October 02, 2006

red, white and booze

Natalie MacLean sent along an email, too -- a savoury informational one. (If you have not subscribed to her wine newsletter already, just say that johnny mac sent you. It's the best newsletter I've read in any genre, and I am sure you'll agree.)

CBC radio's Talking Books with Ian Brown will be discussing Natalie's book this Saturday at 4:30 pm.

A reading and (wine) tasting will be held October 19 at Chapters at 47 Rideau Street. Natalie will be reading from her book and signing copies for attendees afterwards. She will also be hosting an informal wine tasting. Admission is free. Natalie will be at the Ottawa Wine and Food Show Saturday, November 4 at the Ottawa Congress Centre. In her session from 2:30 to 3:30 pm, Do Wine Critics and Their Scores Have Too Much Power? More info can be found on her fabulous web site.

A multi-course dinner and wine tasting with the Opimian Society will be held Tuesday November 14 at Juniper Restaurant (please note venue change) in Ottawa, Ontario. Natalie will be speaking to the group and sign copies for attendees. A copy of the book will be included in the ticket price. More copies will also be on sale for holiday shopping. Admission is $100 per member and first guest; $110 per additional guest. For information, contact Wayne Selci at wayne.selci@sympatico.ca or visit Opimian Society.

A reading and tasting will be hosted by The Savvy Grapes Thursday November 16 (please note recent date change) at the Nicholas Hoare book store at 419 Sussex Drive in Ottawa, Ontario. Natalie will read from her book and sign copies for attendees. She'll also host an informal wine tasting. Admission is $59 ($55 for designated drivers). For information, contact Debbie Trenholm at debbie@thesavvygrapes.com, call 613-851-1785 or visit The Savvy Grapes.

A reading and book signing will be held in November 21 at 5 pm at Indigo on 259 Princess Street in Kingston, Ontario. Natalie will be reading from her book and signing copies for attendees afterwards. Admission is free.

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