Podcast Episode - October 30, 2022
Alice Feiring talks about her life as a wine writer, her experiences and her books
Alice Feiring is an American journalist and author, known as the advocate for natural wine. She was a wine and travel columnist for Time magazine. She also made contributions to publications such as The New York Times, New York Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times, Condé Nast Traveler and Forbes Traveler. She also writes her online publication called The Feiring Line. She's written 6 books so far and her arguably most famous book, "The Battle for Wine and Love: Or How I Saved the World from Parkerization" was an open fight against uniformity and globalization of wine.
In this episode of the Vintners podcast, Alice Feiring talks about her books and her wine and life experiences. She also discusses some of the new trends in wine and the situation in classical regions. You can purchase all of her books on her website thefeiringline.com.
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