There's Luxury, And Then There's Dom Pérignon X Bulgari Collaboration Luxury
by Rudy Sanchez on 03/05/2021 | 2 Minute Read
Champagne, sparkling wine made from a specific region in France, is usually reserved for special occasions. For most of us, brunch mimosas get made with sparkling wine from somewhere else. Champagne is exclusive and usually priced accordingly.
But what if you want to pop bottles like you’re the 1%? The bubbly Wall Street bankers and hedge-fun bros are buying to impress each other won’t do.
For those looking to bring something real fancy-like to the next Bohemian Grove get-together, Dom Pérignon and Bulgari have just the thing with their latest ultra-exclusive collaboration. Limited to just four bottles, this 2004 vintage Rosé will be available on-demand in only three cities across the world, London, Milan, and Tokyo. The price tag, however, wasn't announced because, let’s face it—if you have to ask, you can’t afford it. Also, there were no further details on how to obtain a bottle. Anyone able to afford one probably also knows who to call to buy it. And it's not like Jeff Bezos has anything to do right now.
That said, the rest of us plebians can gawk and admire the gorgeous geometric scales on the dark green bottles and the rose gold metallic label that’s on-brand for Dom Pérignon. Finishing off the let-them-eat-cake drip is a matching Bugari Serpenti bracelet with onyx and white diamond stones.
Money doesn’t buy happiness, but it can certainly afford champagne draped in precious metals and gems.