This week on Snacky Tunes, Greg and Darin take on the topic of wine and upcoming summer events with a full studio of guests. Chauvet Thibault of Prestige Wine Lounge, Jules Dressner of Louis/Dressner Selections, and Owner of The Cleveland Restaurant, Paul Shaked, discuss importing wines and the natural wines that will be available at the next Prestige Wine Lounge-Garden Series coming up on Sunday, June 15. The guys also chat with Christina Tosi, Chef, Owner and Founder of Momofuku Milk Bar, about her summer happenings, including a new book in the works. The musical guest this week is Young Heel. Packing the studio with tons of gear, the experimental pop trio shares a few live tracks, their musical influences, as well as their strong opinions on seltzer. This program was brought to you by the International Culinary Center.



“Something is happening in wine, especially in natural and organic wines… It’s getting bigger and bigger in New York City, and we wanted to share that.” [11:06]


–Chauvet Thibault on Snacky Tunes



“It’s going to be a book about sweet, savory, and life’s little hijinx… It’s going to be called Milk Bar Life.” [32:10]


–Christina Tosi on Snacky Tunes



–Young Heel on Snacky Tunes