March is almost over, which means our series featuring impactful women in wine is almost complete. For our last featured blog post, we will be featuring Isabelle Legeron, a longstanding champion of natural wine and founder of the RAW WINE annual wine festival.
March is Women’s History Month, and we thought it would be a great opportunity to spend this month featuring women who work in the wine world and share some of their contributions. Historically, wine has been a male-dominated industry across the globe, but in recent years, women are becoming more and more influential.
To start off the month, we want to write about a journalist and natural wine advocate – none other than Alice Feiring. Feiring has been based in New York City since the 1990s and is one of the original voices that promoted natural wine. In 2011, she won “Online Communicator of the Year” by the Louis Roederer International Wine Writer Awards for her writing and her newsletter “The Feiring Line.” Read more