Wine Enthusiast: So, we\u2019ve heard you two share a nickname while on tour.\r\nCamerieri: Yeah, we were called the \u201cFancy Boys\u201d on the tour, in part because our bus driver would interchangeably call us \u201cQuentin\u201d and \u201cCrispin.\u201d\r\n\r\nW.E.:\u00a0 What earned you those nicknames?\r\nRob Moose: We are pretty discerning about what we drink\u2014and we traveled with a cocktail kit.\r\n\r\nW.E.:\u00a0 Are the other band members as particular in their spirit choices?\r\nCJC: Much of the band prefers to stick with Guinness, but [lead singer] Justin [Vernon] has long been a fan of Red Breast 12 Irish Whiskey. When we first went to his house to record the latest album, the tops of his kitchen cabinets were dominated by bottles of it as far as the eye could see.\r\n\r\nW.E.: Speaking of whiskey\u2014Rob, you're a member of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society?\r\nRM: I was lucky enough to happen upon The Scotch Malt Whisky Society on a previous tour with the band Antony and the Johnsons. One of my bandmates was a friend of a member of the Edinburgh branch, and he took us there on an off night. It was absolutely magical. It was the first time I\u2019d ever tried cask-strength Scotch, and the flavors were gripping and raw and changed interestingly with the smallest addition of water. I was pretty hooked. Being a member offers a wonderful opportunity to buy amazing and rare Scotches at fairly competitive prices.\r\n\r\nW.E.: In your travels with the band, have you visited any wineries?\r\nRM: C.J. and I organized a few trips on the side on days off during the tour. Our friend, the wine critic James Suckling, heard we would be in Portugal and connected us with Antonio Filipe at Symington Family\r\nEstates. They own Graham\u2019s and a variety of other Port vineyards, and they really took care of us. On two separate trips, we were treated to private tours and tastings at Graham\u2019s and Cockburn\u2019s. One of my great drinking privileges thus far was sampling the Queen Elizabeth Jubilee bottle from Graham\u2019s 1952 vintage! Antonio also shuttled us out to the Douro for the afternoon to visit his friends at Niepoort Wines, where we were treated to an incredible lunch and an extensive tasting with the winemaker. All in all, that day we sampled something like 12 wines and 10 Ports. It was crazy.\r\n\r\nW.E.: What are some of your favorite places in your hometown, New York City?\r\nCJC: Lately, we\u2019ve been big fans of The Ten Bells on the Lower East Side. They have really interesting natural wines, great food and a superknowledgeable staff.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHeard it Through The Grapevine\r\nHere are some of Wine Enthusiast's\u00a0fave wine lines in music:\r\nBeastie Boys\r\nSong: The Blue Nun\r\nWine Line: \u201cNaturally, I\u2019d say it\u2019s the wine\u2026\u201d\r\n\r\nGrateful Dead\r\nSong: Going Down The Road Feeling Bad\r\nWine Line: \u201cGoing where the water tastes like wine..."\r\n\r\nJay-Z\r\nSong: I Just Wanna Love You\r\nWine Line: \u201cI might buy you Cristal, but that\u2019s about it\u2026\u201d\r\nWhat wine songs did we miss? Tell us below!