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

4 Tools to Better Infuse Your Booze

You could macerate all sorts of ingredients, shake them in a bottle every day until you think they're ready, and then strain out the solids. There's nothing wrong with that; people have been doing it for years. But these nifty gadgets add full-on flavor to vodka, gin, whiskey and more, all while making the process a lot more fun.

2017 National Drink Wine Day

In just a few days we celebrate National Drink Wine Day, so here are six wine regions that will take you and your guests on a journey outside of comfort zones on February 18, 2017. Cheers!

Cocktails for the Big Game

There's no better way to celebrate football's biggest showdown than with cocktails inspired by the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots, the key players on each team, and the sport of football itself.

2017 Sommelier Wine Trends

Some of the top sommeliers from around the country took the time to share their 2017 wine trend predictions with us. Here are the styles, regions, varietals, and service trends wine experts think will be hot this year.

What's Shaking in 2017?

We asked bartenders from around the country to give their predictions for what'll be hot (and not) behind the bar this year. Find out about their thoughts on what will trend in 2017, as well as the drinks they hope get left by the wayside.

Aquafaba Exceeds Eggspectations

Bartenders all across the country - and the globe - have gotten wind a anewa ingredient: aquafaba. This alternative to egg whites has many applications behind the bar and in the kitchen, particularly for for vegan guests and those with allergies.

5 Cocktail Shakers

When is a cocktail shaker more than just a cocktail shaker? When it's in the hands of a skilled bartender. With that in mind, we took a look at 5 modern versions of the cocktail shaker that give the Cobbler, Boston, and French or Parisian shakers we all know a run for their money.

Oranges Can be Blue

The home of Genuine CuraAao Liqueur, Landhuis Chobolobo Distillery welcomes more than 100,000 visitors per year, making it the top tourist attraction on the island. CuraAao starts with the laraha orange, a bitter variety whose dried peels are macerated along with a spirit to make the distinctive orange-flavored liqueur.