Episode two of Punch Radio is all about "Zeitgeist" - the things that against all odds become celebrity versions of themselves. Tune in as Leslie Pariseau and Talia Baiocchi are joined by Michael Madrigal, Matt Duckor and Zachary Sussman to talk about classic cocktails and the variations they have spawned over the years. From Negroni's to Rieslings, hear an incredible panel of beverage experts wax poetic on killer drinks and the culture that surrounds them. This program was brought to you by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.

"Right now in cocktails we're seeing the re embrace of simple strong flavors." [06:00]

--Leslie Pariseau on PUNCH Radio

"30, 40 years ago people who drank Riesling were young people who didn't understand wine and wanted something sweet." [09:00]

"I think at the end of the day, Rose is to be consumed very young." [24:00]

--Michael Madrigal on PUNCH Radio

"One of the huge reasons the Negroni has been successful is that its an equal parts cocktail." [33:00]

--Matt Duckor on PUNCH Radio