13 Best Wine & Cocktails Magazines

List Updated June 2020

Bestselling Wine & Cocktails Magazines in 2020


Wine Spectator

Wine Spectator
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Wine Enthusiast Magazine
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Modern by Dwell Magazine Bar & Wine Essentials (24.1 fl. oz. Black/Copper Cocktail Shaker)

Modern by Dwell Magazine Bar & Wine Essentials (24.1 fl. oz. Black/Copper Cocktail Shaker)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Wine Spectator

Wine Spectator
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Cocktails for the Holidays: Festive Drinks to Celebrate the Season

Cocktails for the Holidays: Festive Drinks to Celebrate the Season
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Wine Enthusiast

Wine Enthusiast
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Imbibe Magazine

Imbibe Magazine
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • The best drink recipes
  • In-depth stories covering the fascinating people, places and flavors of liquid culture
  • Features on the latest trends in wine, spirits, beer, coffee and tea
  • Expert reviews of drinks-related gear and product recommendations
  • Entertaining tips and ideas
  • DIY inspiration and how-to's
  • ...and more!

Wine Away Stain Remover, 2 Ounces

Wine Away Stain Remover, 2 Ounces
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • 2 ounce travel sized bottle
  • Works on fresh and dried stains without the use of bleach or phosphates
  • Featured in: Good Housekeeping, Food & Wine, Washington Post, Cooking Light, Gourmet, InStyle and many other nationaly recognized magazines
  • Also removes coffee, blood, ink, fruit punch, sauces, red medicine stains, and even pet accidents
  • Has a fresh citrus scent and is safe to use around children or pets

Saveur

Saveur
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Dubonnet Wine, 30's Print Ad. B&W Illustration (just a little touch of french in your cocktail Monsieur) authentic original vintage 1935 Esquire Magazine Art

Dubonnet Wine, 30's Print Ad. B&W Illustration (just a little touch of french in your cocktail Monsieur) authentic original vintage 1935 Esquire Magazine Art
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • This is the original magazine print art
  • 5 1/2 X 13 (perfect for framing)
  • This is not a Reproduction, but actual "Bits Of History"
  • from the Golden Age of American Illustration
  • Memories are the Essence of Civilization.

1L Fire Extinguisher Drink Beer Wine Dispenser Pourer Water Beverage Cocktail Pouring Machine

1L Fire Extinguisher Drink Beer Wine Dispenser Pourer Water Beverage Cocktail Pouring Machine
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Home and Garden

Buddy 16-Piece Wine and Cocktail Mixing Bar Set-Bartender Kit w/Essential Barware Tools-Large 25 oz. Stainless Steel Shaker, Ice Bucket, Muddler, Double Sided Jigger - Free 1000 Cocktail Recipes PDF

Buddy 16-Piece Wine and Cocktail Mixing Bar Set-Bartender Kit w/Essential Barware Tools-Large 25 oz. Stainless Steel Shaker, Ice Bucket, Muddler, Double Sided Jigger - Free 1000 Cocktail Recipes PDF
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

CC-JJ - 20 - 50ml 2-End Jigger Shot Measure Cup Cocktail Drink Wine

CC-JJ - 20 - 50ml 2-End Jigger Shot Measure Cup Cocktail Drink Wine
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Type : Bar Tools
  • Material : Metal
  • Feature : Eco-Friendly
  • Bar Tools Type : Bar Measures
  • Color : As Pictures

Downtown Austin's Best Cocktails

Whether you're an Austinite ready for a night out or just visiting, this article lists downtown's best drinks by base liquor (vodka, rum, tequila, etc.) Cheers!

VODKA
Watermelon Martini at La Condesa (400 W. 2nd Street)
Let me just start by stating I'm a vodka lover who used to be allergic to watermelon. Now that I've outgrown the anaphylactic shock factor, I can't get enough of watermelon. So when I went to La Condesa for the first time for tequila flights, I promptly changed my order when I noticed the watermelon martini on the menu. It consists of St. Germain (elderflower liqueur), agave nector, and fresh watermelon juice. Greatest invention next to the EpiPen!

GIN
Bee's Knees at Peche (208 W. 4th Street)
For an establishment known for absinthe drinks, Peche sure can make a gin drinker grin. The Bee's Knees is as simple as it gets: gin, local honey, and lemon, which is perfect considering most of the gin connoisseurs I know want to actually taste their gin.

BOURBON
Militia Manhattan at Frank (407 Colorado Street)
Yeah, there's bacon in this one... Frank, a downtown hot spot known for the way they "pork" (that's not a joke; Frank has coined the term, meaning they'll wrap any of their specialty hot dogs in bacon and deep fry it) has put a southern spin on the Manhattan. They infuse Makers Mark with bacon, mix it with Dolin Vermouth (sweet and dry), and add a dash of bitters. The slice of bacon garnish could be used as a spoon, it's that thick and crisp.

RUM
Socks and Sandals Swizzle at Bar Congress (200 Congress Avenue)
More complex than I'd usually approve of (which is ironic considering this rum-based drink truly captures the "hey-mon" essence of the Caribbean), but amazing on the taste buds. Sock and Sandals is Bar Congress's house blend Jamaican rum mixed with Kronan Swedish Punsch (an aged sugarcane spirit that permeates notes of molasses, leather, and toffee). There's also ginger/hibiscus liqueur, a squeeze of honey, and the juices of a grapefruit and a lime in this tropical storm of a cocktail!

TEQUILA
Paloma at Josephine House (1601 Waterston Street)
Here's my favorite example of a simple drink, mixed exceptionally well. All there is to this cocktail is Tapatio Silver, grapefruit juice, Topo Chico mineral water, and a sprinkle of sea salt (in the drink, not on the rim of the glass). Sipping on this drink reminds me: Why complicate a good thing? Less is blessed.

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