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

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.

BABA Serves up Cocktails just like Grandma Makes

An evening at BABA is exactly like one spent at your grandmother’s...if she happens to be hip, Balkan, and can whip up inventive cocktails in her parlor. This 56-seat concept evolve into its true form in the evening, when the lights go down and grandma grabs her shaker.

The Dark Side of Citrus

Black limes are made by drying out limes in the sun, after which they lose their water content and most of their weight, and become hard to the touch. Bartenders are discovering that this exotic ingredient can also give earthy, slightly bitter and fermented citrus flavor to drinks.