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Dom Pérignon On Demand Launches For Summer Champagne Deliveries

Champagne delivered by speed boat is now a reality, for a select few. Over summer, Palm Beach residents can send a text and get a whole case delivered to their jetty in less time than a pizza.

Dom Pérignon has answered all of the problems you never knew you had, with the launch of Dom Pérignon on Demand. Kicking off from December 16, the super luxury service will deliver chilled bottles of champagne to your door (or pontoon) in less than an hour.

Dom Pérignon champagne delivery dom perignon Instead of persuading someone to make a last minute bottle shop run, shilling out for sub-par booze through a delivery service or pillaging your private cellar, you can simply send a text message. The dedicated concierge service runs from 8am until 10pm (from 10am on Sundays).

Dom Pérignon champagne delivery dom perignon And if you happen to be on your yacht and stranded without something to sip? Then the SACS Marine Dom Pérignon boat will be deployed, to glide up to whatever waterside location – yacht, pontoon or jetty – with a case of cold ones. If you’re on land, expect to see a dedicated Dom Pérignon Range Rover pull into your drive.

Dom Pérignon champagne delivery dom perignon You can order a single bottle, or cases with fun extra inclusions, such as Dom Pérignon crystal flutes or a poker set to keep the party going. Try the latest 2009 vintage ($220), the 2005 rose  ($475) or the rare 1998 P2 ($550).

Dom Pérignon champagne delivery dom perignon The official tasting notes for the 1998 P2 describe it as a “creamy chewiness” on the palette, with a finish that is “smoky, biting and full of energy”.

If you want to go all out, order the Platinum Package. Depending on your preferences, you can order 24 bottles of the 2005 rose ($11,550) or 12 bottles of the P2 ($6,750) with the aforementioned poker set.

 To order, text or call 0431 558 801.

If you need more party tips, read up on the hottest fashion and wine collaborations of the summer here. Having a big party? Large format wines might be more your thing.

Published 30 November, 2017