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, www.trywine.net.

Stories by Kelly Magyarics

Exploring San Francisco’s Anchor Distilling Company

Those who make the trek up San Francisco's Potrero Hill - either on foot or by car - are rewarded with stunning views of the city’s skyline and the Bay, and Anchor Distilling Company's incredible craft spirits tasting room. Their portfolio of is truly incredible.

Stir Things up for National Martini Day

Whether your penchant is for gin, vodka or a splash of both, we’ve got you covered this National Martini Day, which takes place on June 19. These modern versions of the Martini are well balanced and pay tribute to the stirred, booze-forward, elegant sip that never goes out of style.

Raise a (Tonic-Filled) Glass on World Gin Day!

This coming Saturday (June 10) is World Gin Day, and one of the best ways to celebrate this fantastic holiday is to raise a Gin & Tonic. It's one of the finest summer sips and patio pounders, and it has been reimagined with these 6 recipes that respect the spirit of the classic build. Cheers!
Red Planet Negroni

9 Riffs for #NegroniWeek

From grown-up popsicles to drinks that (gasp!) replace the gin with mezcal or rum, these Campari-based beverages prove that the Negroni has never been so beloved.

Discover wine from Germany’s Pfalz Region

When you hear or read the words "German wine" your mind probably leap immediately to Riesling and sweet wines. However, the Pfalz region of Germany produces food-friendly, endlessly fascinating dry wines that will intrigue your guests.