New York City-based Alice Feiring is an outspoken author, journalist. Formerly the wine/travel columnist for Time and the Wall Street Journal Magazine, Feiring also writes for prestigious publications of every stripe, from The New York Times, The World of Fine Wine, to Afar. Her contributions to the world of wine journalism have earned her such major industry nods as a James Beard Foundation Award, a Louis Roederer International Wine Writer, Born Digital and Gourmand Book Awards.
In 2008, she wrote the influential book, The Battle for Wine and Love: Or How I Saved the World From Parkerization. Her others include: Naked Wine (2011) For the Love of Wine, my odyssey through the world’s most ancient wine culture (2016). The Dirty Guide to Wine (2017) and Natural Wine For the People (2019). Translations of her books are available in French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Slovakian, Russian and Georgian. In addition, she is the publisher of her critically acclaimed newsletter, The Feiring Line.
Alice won the Best Food and Wine Content category in the 2018 edition of the Born Digital Wine Awards.