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Not all of us are crafty or even want to be, so DIY isn’t our thang but if it means the difference between saving your furniture or having to buy a new couch…well you’ll want to arm yourself with these handy DIY tips. It’s the curse of the white fabric. After many unpleasant experiences of walking around half the day sporting unwanted sweet red wine stains and asking people for Tide pens, I’ve concluded white is a magnet for stains. Sadly, it’s not just limited to shirts either; we must be cautioned around all white fabrics. The latest victim, my friend’s brand new pristine white linen couch, yikes is right. Nothing puts a halt on the red wine and dining fun like a spilt drink.
Stella Rosa sparkling wine is perfect any time of the year, for any occasion, paired with any food, but with spring time being officially here, and summer just around the corner, we wanted to share with you the perfect pair that will win anyone over, and is a fun treat to cheer you up any time of day! stella-white-sparkling-wine_1 First step: Pick up your favorite Stella Rosa sparkling wine. This can be a red or a white wine, but be sure to choose a Stella flavor that you really love, and will love enhancing the flavor of. Second step: Head over to the frozen food aisle and pick up a box of your favorite popsicles. This can be your favorite fruit, Otterpops, 100% organic, the choice is completely up to you! Third step: Head home, pour yourself a glass of Stella Rosa sparkling wine and open up a popsicle, and stick it in the glass. Fourth step? Enjoy!  
You don’t have to be on a judging panel to know what kind of wine you like but it sure does help to know the ones that are award-winning wines, since they have been tried and tested by trained judges. SPARKLING-RED-WINES_1 Stella Rosa is an exclusive brand that has brought numerous award-winning sparkling red wines, and there is good reason for that.  From a family whose roots have been planted in Los Angeles over 99 years ago, their winery – San Antonio Winery – remains the oldest and largest producing winery in L.A.