It was silk scarves, Pinot Noir, and lovely company at the Park House on July 11. This month, Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty’s Madison Park office opened its doors for another Park House Pop-Up, featuring a local designer, Oregon wine, and delicious bites.
The event featured the scarves of local resident Carlo Scanagatta, the designs of which were inspired by his time in Italy. The scarves, regularly sold at Bergdorf’s and Nordstrom, were available for purchase at the pop-up. The Scanagattas have roots with Sotheby’s, too – Carlo’s wife and the co-host for the evening, Nancy, previously worked at Sotheby’s Art Auction House in New York City.
The featured wine of the evening came from RSIR broker Toby Lumpkin’s family’s vineyard, Lazy River Vineyard. They’re known for cultivating beautiful wines and some of the finest Pinot Noir in the region.
“The wine was lovely and I need to learn how ‘to scarf,'” said RSIR Broker Mary Nelson. “There are a dozen ways to tie and be stylish! Fun to visit with some of my favorite agents!”
The pop-up was organized by Madison Park Broker Care Director Alaun McCray. “Thank you Alaun for all you did,” said CPO Stacy Jones. “Nancy Scanagatta said we work with the best people and how happy she is and appreciative of your efforts.”