Interesting blog post on Palate Press about Natalie Maclean's purported copyright infringement in publishing reviews without authorization or proper attribution on her subscription-only website. Basically, the allegations are such that she's taken reviews from various commercial publications (including Wine Spectator) and other sites, and provided access to them behind her paywall.
In other sketchy allegations, here's another post about requiring wineries buying subscriptions to her website before she'd review the wines, and another post reviewing her new book.
I don't know Natalie personally, but I do know she's posted here periodically. If she's stealing other peoples' reviews and reselling access to them, that's pretty sketchy and I would suspect there's a cease-and-desist at a minimum, and a lawsuit potentially beyond that.
I personally don't consider her reviews relevant because my palate doesn't align with hers, but who knows if she even tasted the wines she wrote about.
Edited to put a capital L in Natalie's last name. The least I can do is spell her name correctly.