Talia Baiocchi is the Editor in Chief of PUNCH and the author of the forthcoming book Sherry (Ten Speed Press, October 2014). She was the first-ever wine editor at Eater, a former columnist at Wine Spectator, and has written for the San Francisco Chronicle, Decanter and Wine & Spirits Magazine, among others. She has a degree in journalism and political science from New York University and has been featured in numerous publications, including Forbes as a member of the magazine’s 2013 “30 under 30” list. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. Leslie Pariseau is the Deputy Editor of PUNCH. She has written about food, drinks and people for GQ, Esquire and Saveur, among others. In her former life, Leslie worked for Momofuku Ssäm Bar, reported at the United Nations, and dropped out of grad school to become a professional drinker. She has a degree in art history from the University of Michigan and lives (immoderately) in Brooklyn, New York. This program has been sponsored by Of a Kind. Today’s music provided by Obey City.

“I think that looking through the lens of art is a really great way to see history.” [4:30]

Leslie Pariseau on In The Drink

“I hear that Drew Barrymore, even though she makes a not-so-great Pinot Grigio, has a great appreciation for wine.” [28:15]

Talia Baiocchi on In The Drink

LOG IN TO START THE CONVERSATION