About

 

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Lauren Mowery is the weekly wine columnist as well as the coffee and tea columnist for The Village Voice. In 2013, Chasing the Vine was recognized as America’s Best New Wine Blog. A former New York litigator, she transitioned to the startup wine industry though Gilt Taste, before launching her own career as a wine and travel writer. In that span, she has traveled to over a dozen countries in the last two years, many of which are featured in her articles published in several magazines, including Wine & Spirits, Wine Enthusiast, Saveur, Tasting Panel, Alquimie, Punch, The Wine Merchant, Palate Press, Bar and RestaurantMen’s Journal, and Fodors.com. Recently,  she attained her WSET Diploma and hopes to enter the Master of Wine program in the fall of 2015.

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23 responses to “About

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  2. wow GREAT site Lauren ! … my dad is friends with “James S. Mowery” … I think you may know the guy … ;-) … any who CHEERS TO AN AMAZING AND VINOUS 2013!!!!

    • LAM

      Thanks for the note Kenny! I will take a look at your site as well. Happy 2013!

      • De rien Lauren! … Please do check out my site … unfortunately I’ve been neglecting it lately, posting only tasting notes and what not very intermittently… however there’s some really juicy stuff back in 2009 and 2010 … Cheers!! :-)

  3. Arnold Waldstein

    Just discovered your blog when I saw your Twitter follow.

    You now have a new reader!

    Question for you–I’m a tech entrepreneur, web and wine blogger and one of my projects, theLocalSip is while still a neonate, showing some early signs of staying power as a platform for the NY wine community.

    Rebuilding it now, broadening it and gathering input from the blogger community.

    Love to get yours as well. arnold@thelocalsip.com

    Thanks!

  4. Hi Lauren,
    Looking forward to meeting you at the conference. P.S. I would love for you to come taste our wines Thursday 5:30 in the Zinfandel room.. I have our Walla Walla winemaker pouring wines I know you will appreciate.

    Cheers,
    Monique Guiger

  5. Brittany

    I noticed you haven’t listed Chilean wine as one you’ve tried. Here’s a video about why wine from Chile is so special, it might interest you:

    Also, Chile is beautiful, if you ever get a chance to travel there and visit their vineyards.

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  10. Hi Lauren,
    I’m reaching out on behalf of New York magazine, where I am Copy Manager in the creative services department. I work on our integrated marketing programs and am currently working on an initiative with the Atlantic City Alliance, where each season we highlight popular activities (dining and drinking, shopping, entertainment, etc.) to help reposition the destination’s image and raise awareness about the area from a New Yorker’s perspective. We are focusing on wine in New York mag’s upcoming Fall Fashion issue (on newsstands August 11-24), discussing trends and tips and food pairings and what’s new, and I wanted to reach out to see if you might be interested in being featured as our tastemaker. I’d love to discuss more details with you if you’d like to e-mail me.

  11. Hello Lauren – Do you accept wine samples and do you have specific submission guidelines? Thank you!

  12. Hi Lauren,

    My name is Andreas. I am the founder of the website Oenophorum. It is kind of a social network for wine enthusiasts. You can easily save pictures and tasting notes of your wines and contact other users through several ways.
    The website went online with a german version this summer and I just launched an english version, too.
    Since you are one of the premier bloggers in the wine space I thought you might be interested in this.
    If you have time I’d love for you to check it out.

    Thanks a lot!
    Andreas Doktor
    http://www.oneophorum.net

  13. lee

    Can you reccomend any great organic biodynamic wine bars in ny

  14. liza

    Thank you Lauren!

  15. Irina Ban

    Dear Lauren
    am writing you after talking to Christy Canterbury MW who will run a mastreclass with Croatian wines n Astor Centre NY on Feb 24th. Perhaps you would be interested to taste the wines that were reviewed in NY Times and Huffington Post this summer, won IWC regional trophy (Istrian Malvasia), were scored with 90+ by Julia Harding (Teran) or find out why Bob Benmosche, who will attend in person, has built the winery in Croatia (Benmosche Family Vineyards)

    Should you like to know more and visit, I will gladly send more details.

    best
    Irina Ban
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/irinaban

  16. Hello, I would like to suggest you our website http://www.foodrist.com and tell us what you think about it and our area in Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy.
    Thank you so much, if you want to leave a feedback mail me at marketing@foodrist.com

  17. Hi there,

    I manage the Global Wine Cellars affiliate program. We would love to be able to partner with you, where you could earn commission for every sale generated and we could offer exclusive discounts and deals to your visitors.

    Would this be something you’d be interested in?

    regards,
    Marc

  18. Really like the pièce on wines “east of italy” including Croatia, Turkey etcand on Vinkara which I havebeen to and Know the winemaker.. If you have not seen My book DIVINE VINTAGE: Following the Wine Trail from Genesis ro the Modern Age”–you should take a look! I traveled Turkey among other places For the research from one end to the other and other Biblical wine countries to see who was doing the state of the art wines. At our store we are trying to feature as well wines from these Long forgotten countries including Greece, Croatia Turkey and more. Well done! Joel Butler Mw

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