Alice Feiring

About: Alice Feiring

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  • Role : Teaching Scholar
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  • Experience : Wall Street Journal Magazine, Time
  • Specialist in : Writing

Alice Feiring is a New York-based, award-winning writer who has been writing about wine since 1990.

Known as a long time champion of vin naturel, she is the author of four influential books all which focus on authenticity or naturalness, whether about the threat of globalization (For the Love of Wine or How I Saved the World from Parkerzation), the natural wine movement (Naked Wine), the importance of  Georgia (For the Love of Wine, My Odyssey Through the World’s Most Famous Wine Culture), or bedrock (The Dirty Guide to Wine, Following Flavors from Ground to Glass).

Her next book, a handbook for the kind of wines she drinks, will be out in 2019. A past wine correspondent for Wall Street Journal Magazine and Time, she now mostly focuses now on those books as well as writing and publishing, the definitive natural wine newsletter, and occasionally penning essays on life, love, wine, and plumbing.