What is Wine With Nat® and Women Who Wine®? I get asked this question almost every day. Mostly, people think I sell wine (not yet, but hope to have a wine label soon). So, I decided to answer this question on International Women’s Day, since my brands celebrate women and we should always acknowledge our achievements. Not to mention that it’s been awhile since I’ve written a blog post. I’ve been focused on other areas of my brands and businesses – mostly living the entrepreneur life!
I love wine for its ability to bring people together for great conversations and stories. This is exactly what happened when I stepped foot inside of Edukos Miami restaurant in Little Havana and the Dear Mama sparkling wine cocktail was born.
I love bringing women and wine lovers together, especially with food and wine. So when this Friendsgiving collaboration came to mind, I knew it would be special if it came to life. Thanks to my supporters and fellow bloggers and influencers, I was able to coordinate and host this collaborative Friendsgiving food and wine pairing at west elm Dadeland. Host your own Friendsgiving with these recipes and wine pairing ideas.
In anticipation of the 2nd Annual Carnaval Miami Cork & Fork food and wine festival on March 4 & 5, 2017, Wine With Nat and the Kiwanis of Little Havana invite you to our next “sneak preview” event at Da Tang Unique on Wednesday, January 25. Wine down and join us for a walk-around tasting, featuring five wines and Chinese cuisine by Chef Shaohua Xue.
Join us for the 2nd Annual Carnaval Miami "Cork & Fork" Miami wine and food festival at Carnaval on the Mile March 4th & 5th, 2017. The event will feature some of Miami’s most notable chefs, local restaurants and international wines during two days of culinary tastings, intimate cooking demonstrations, exclusive book signings, live entertainment and more!
We can never forget the painful memories from our past, but we can make peace with them. In my last post, How To Deal With Difficult Times, I talked about a series of events that transported me back to some of the most painful times from my past. In an effort to co-heal with (you) others, I offered some coping tools still helping me today.
Last year, I made the courageous decision to share my story. While my story has been closely related to family, I know (you) others can relate to adversity. Writing (sometimes videos) has been my way of dealing with difficult times and healing, while empowering others to co-heal with me.
Our first gathering of 2018! And we are headed back to where our first meetup took place in 2016. Join the Women Who Wine® community at Tarpon Bend Coral Gables for conversations and connections featuring MADIA wine.
Join us for an adventurous Venezuelan American-inspired food and wine event. Guests will join Chef Manuel Cabeza Buscarini for a Spring Roll class, while enjoying bites and wine-inspired cocktails throughout the night.
Foodies and wine lovers, this Miami wine blogger recently ate and sipped her way through Las Vegas (the scale confirmed it). If you are anything like me, you appreciate good eateries and places to wine down in tourist areas, which is why I compiled this list of where to wine and dine in Las Vegas. I even included two wineries an hour away from the Vegas strip.
On Thursday, May 26th, I headed off to Jamaica again for business, but this time, with the hubby. I had just been there a few weeks before to learn more about a chocolate business opportunity. Following my first trip, I realized just how special this project was and here is why.
This November, I headed to the windy city with my hubby. He had to attend a conference for work, and I jumped at the opportunity to join him. Going to Chicago meant seeing my brother and 5-month-old niece, while also visiting some food and wine spots to share with you.