A Cool New Way to Serve Champagne

By Mitra Sorrells August 10, 2011, 9:50 AM EDT

The current champagne skirt frame is stationary, but Mascioli Entertainment is building one on casters.

Photo: Alex Dellagata

Looking for a different way to serve champagne at an event? Mascioli Entertainment has created a champagne “skirt”—an aluminum frame that can hold as many as 100 champagne glasses. The company provides a model to stand inside the frame to serve the bubbly. The current form is stationary, but the company is creating a frame on casters that will allow the model to glide around an event.
The skirt comes covered in gold or silver satin and is about 36 inches tall and 55 inches wide. Rental pricing is $1,200 to $1,500 for Orlando events, and that includes the model fee. The company can create a custom version in different sizes or finishes for an additional fee. A Mascioli spokesperson said they are now developing an entire line of similar products that could hold wineglasses and beer bottles (and even keep the beer cold). They are also working on frames with wireless LED lights that could be programmed in a variety of colors.

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