Our sommelier says the sweetness of the Thanksgiving meal dictates the best wines to drink.
BUZZ: Hey, Marnie, I saw a big display of Spanish wines that were a mix of red, white and rose, but they were all labeled "Rioja."
Marnie educates Buzz aboutgrape harvest season.
Marnie tells Buzz theres nothing wrong with using wine to make a coaktail.
Why one distiller is treating his gin like bourbon.
With summer less than two weeks away, Marnie and Buzz discuss the right wine for the time.
Marnie schools Buzz in the red wines that go best with barbecue.
The vast majority of wines come in one of four classic bottle shapes.
BUZZ: Hey, Marnie, I read that you're going to debate Pennsylvania beer vs. Pennsylvania wine on Tuesday at World Cafe Live.
Some the best German-style bock beers in the world are made by Pennsylvania craft brewers.
BUZZ: Hey Marnie, I used to drink California chianti, but now there are only a couple of brands left. Are they not growing chianti grapes out west anymore?
If you like strong-flavored scotch, single malt is the premium choice.
Marnie shares her secret formula on how much to buy when entertaining a large group.
Daily News wine expert Marnie Old advises trying a sweet wine with your big holiday dinner.
Marnie explains why no wine should be served before its time.
Marnie explains that noir and blanc dont really refer to the actual color of the grape.
It's alcoholic but it's not a wine, a beer or hard liquor.
Marnie explains why the famous French blend named after a river also appears on the label of wines made in California.
Marnie suggests Buzz go for a light, slightly sweetwhite instead of a heavy red.
Corporate giant E&J Gallo makes many wines under many labels and many of them are quite good, says our wine expert.
Welcome to Cheap Buzz, where we eavesdrop as sommelier Marnie Old attempts to teach the joys of wine and fine spirits to Buzz, a guy with no sophistication and not much money. Here's their latest conversation.