A visit to Alice Feiring

At the beginning of April, I flew to NYC to meet the most famous natural wine writer in the world: Alice Feiring. She wrote the book most of us read as our first book on the topic of natural wine: The Battle for Wine and Love. And now she’s a few months away from publishing her second book: Naked Wine.

Alice has been writing about wine (natural or not) almost exclusively since 2000. She certainly has a global perspective on the natural wine movement (beyond California), and I wanted to take that into account during the interview. I asked her about the roots of this movement which originated in Beaujolais in France, but also about the roots of the nascent movement in California. Here is an excerpt:

Thanks a lot for your time Alice. It was a real honor to meet you at last!

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