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Lorien Crow

Lorien Crow is a food, wine and travel writer for ONE.

She is currently pursuing an M.F.A at Columbia University; her fiction has appeared in The Connecticut Review and New Stories from the Southwest (Swallow Press, 2008).   A native New Englander, Lorien can often be found exploring back-roads, wineries, and bookstores throughout the region.


McLaughlin Vineyards, Sandy Hook, CT
Blaze of Glory, Route 7, Massachusetts
McLaughlin Vineyard
The Last Days of Fall
Rosehips in Autumn
Chairs and Mums
Alongside Route 7

June 29, 2012

Wood’s Pit BBQ, Bantam, Connecticut

Wood’s Pit BBQ in Bantam, Connecticut is an unassuming, family-friendly restaurant on picturesque Bantam Lake.

October 31, 2011

The Witch of Woodbury

Roxbury & Woodbury, Connecticut

On a chilly autumn afternoon, Upper Grassy Hill Road in Roxbury, Connecticut, can seem a lonely place as the last orange leaves hang by a thread from nearly bare branches.

September 30, 2011


Clinton, Connecticut

On a warm September Saturday, the wine and chatter are flowing freely at picturesque Chamard Vineyards in Clinton, Connecticut. A pond with cascading fountain sits amid rows and rows of grapevines, and next to it, a strange metal contraption—scaffolding?—waits empty on the lawn.

January 19, 2011

A Novice on the Connecticut Wine Trail

Part 3 - The End of the Journey

In the third and final installment in this series, Lorien Crow completes the Connecticut Wine Trail.

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