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Great Pop for the Price

As I entered into the Mpls St. Paul Magazine’s Taste! event on Saturday, my eyes were drawn to a soft blue table with soft blue champagne coolers and my ears to the “pop” of a champagne bottle being opened.

Upon closer examination, I fell in love with the bottle of LaMarca Prosecco.  I’m one of those “wine snobs” who is initially drawn in by the labels more than the notes.


The prosecco, sparkling wine from Italy, was so pale that it looked almost clear.  In the brochure it states “on the nose the wine brings fresh citrus with hints of honey and white floral notes. The flavor is fresh and clean.  The finish is light, refreshing and crisp.”

LaMarca is definitely my favorite prosecco I’ve ever tried.  And it is very affordable, retailing under $20.

In addition, all I could think about are the possibilities of building an event design based on the gorgeous blue and silver label.  hmmmm, let’s see….

Mpls. St. Paul Magazine Style Parlor

I was lucky enough to be featured in the “People Who Do Cool Things” column in Mpls. St. Paul Magazine.  After being interviewed for the article, I got a call from the editor asking if it would be okay for them to videotape a demo of the Style Stations.

Of course!

So if you haven’t had a chance to get to Gaviidae to see the Style Stations for yourself, here is a great way to see what it is we’re doing via The Style Laboratory | Multimedia | Mpls.St.Paul Magazine + mspmag.com