Which Canadian wine regions should you add to your must-try and must-visit lists? What makes some of the wine designations and certifications problematic? Why do stories about witches run through my new book Wine Witch on Fire?
In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm being interviewed by Mark Lenzi and Kim Simone, hosts of The Wonderful World of Wine Podcast.
You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks
Why do I identify with the witch theme in Wine Witch on Fire?
What was the inciting incident that kicked off the worst year of my life?
Looking back, would I have handled the situation differently?
Was it difficult for me to write this book and why bother?
Why did I choose to approach my writing with an entertaining, conversational style?
How did I work wine writing into Wine Witch on Fire, with it being a memoir?
Which Canadian wine regions should you add to your must-try and must-visit lists?
What was it like to lose my sense of smell and why is it so powerful?
Why are some of the wine designations and certifications problematic?
What are some of the things I do to remain intentional about how much I’m drinking?
Who can benefit from the Wine Witch on Fire Book Club Guide?
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About Mark Lenzi & Kim Simone
Kim Simone is passionate about wine and making it accessible, engaging, and fun. With a career of almost two decades in the wine business she most recently was the Corporate Sommelier for the Legal Sea Foods restaurant group where she assisted Master of Wine Sandy Block curate the wine lists for multiple restaurant concepts and developed educational materials for their staff. Her winding career path has included a stint selling wine wholesale for Ruby Wines, hosting an AIRBNB Experience focusing on the beverage culture of Colonial Boston, and teaching at Boston University.
Mark Lenzi is the owner of Franklin Liquors and founder of The Franklin Wine Club. Mark is a Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) and Spirits (CSS) by the Society of Wine Educators. The first in MA to hold a California Wine Appellation Specialist (CWAS) title from the San Francisco Wine School, Mark holds several designations as a French Wine Scholar(FWS)/instructor, Spanish Wine Scholar (SWS) by the Wine Scholar Guild, Italian Wine Specialist (IWS) by the North American Sommelier Association, Oregon Wine Expert (OWE) by the Napa Valley Wine Academy, Italian Wine Maestro (IWM) Vinitaly International (First USA Class), and Italian Wine Scholar (IWS*) by The Wine Scholar Guild.
Kim and Mark currently co-host the radio program and podcast The Wonderful World of Wine.
To learn more, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/246.
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