Controversial and feisty, New York City-based Alice Feiring leads an international debate on wine made naturally. She found her métier in 2001 when she wrote a ground-breaking article for the New York Times, “For Better or Worse, Winemakers Go High Tech.” Through researching the topic she uncovered a world of flavor and aroma changing additives. “Fraud,” she cried, “Give me my wine back!” And then she went to work. A prolific award-winning journalist for top publications from The New York Times to The World of Fine Wine, she has helped to define “natural,” uncovered the abuses of ubiquitous terms like “organic” and provoked her readers to share her concerns and passions. In 2008, she wrote the influential book, The Battle for Wine and Love: Or How I Saved the World From Parkerization and followed that up with her 2011 Naked Wine. in 2016 there was For the Love of Wine,my odyssey through the world’s most ancient wine culture. Then there was Dirty Guide to Wine. Her most recent book, published in August 2019 is Natural Wine for the People! Translations of her books have been published in French, Spanish, Slovakian, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Georgian. In 2012 she launched The Feiring Line, the only paid-subscription-based natural wine newsletter, enjoyed by drinkers in fifteen different countries. The Feiring Line newsletter is $68 a year. Please go to http://www.thefeiringline.com/Read more Read less
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