Kelly Magyarics

Kelly Magyarics
Kelly Magyarics
Contributing Writer

Kelly Magyarics is a wine and spirits writer, and wine educator, in the Washington, D.C. area. She also writes for Wine Enthusiast, Imbibe, and DC Magazine. Kelly can be reached through her web site,

Stories by Kelly Magyarics

Wine Redesign

From stemware to small plates, how to help guests spot your wine bar in an increasingly crowded field.

Flutes of Fancy

A bevy of bubbly options makes drink programs sparkle at FlA>>te Champagne Bar, Swanky Bubbles, The Bubble Lounge and Pickwick and Frolic.

WINE | Malbec on the Rise

South American wines have grown increasingly fashionable in the last few years, and no varietal has taken greater hold than Argentinaas signature grape, Malbec.

Grape Finds

Across the country and across the board, wine professionals weigh in about whatas hot right now in the glass.

From Cellar to Shaker

Mixologists today often pull wines from their racks without bubbles or fortification, with the intention to combine them with potent spirits, bitters and other back bar ingredients.

Red + White + Blue = Green

At Founding Farmers, a D.C. restaurant and bar, the green philosophy reaches beyond the farm-to-table concept to also encompass a farm-to-back-bar mentality.