The red wine-based punch originated in Spain, but thanks to the 1964 Worlds Fair, its become an American favorite.
Our wine expert explains how a Chester County grower beat California wines to win the gold medal for chardonnay.
Once loved, then hated, California merlot has regained its quality.
Keeping a white on ice is fine, but dont cool down that red.
For Philly Beer Week, Marnie schools Buzz on the flavor tendencies of imported vs. domestic brews.
If you like to sip wine on the beach, there are small, easy-to-carry boxes available.
Marnie also schools Buzz in why vintners need to graft wine-grape vines onto another species.
Marnie Old explains the significance of appellations on European wines.
Sommelier Marnie Old explains the history of Passover wine.
Philly Wine Week offers a variety of fun events built around wine tastings.
They may have foreign owners, but there is plenty of good Irish whiskey to choose from.
Hey, Marnie, I saw this TV ad with Amber Rose drinking whipped-cream vodka. How do you make vodka out of whipped cream?
Marnie suggests flavored wine as a good Valentine's Day gift.
Marnie educates Buzz on the value of old vines.
Its the time of year to sit beside a roaring fireplace with a pony glass of port.
You can learn a lot about how a wine is going to taste by checking its alcohol content first.
The wine/spirit hybrid is a must for festive cocktails.
Marnie Old explains why the third Thursday in November is Beaujolais Day.
Wine grapes are confusing enough without having two names, says Buzz.
Buzz learns that corked doesn't always mean better.
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.