Summer just got approximately 2348230948234 times better, because now you can bring not only a six-pack of rosé or beer to the beach, but a six-pack of Champagne.
Created by Moët & Chandon, who recently introduced the Champagne vending machine, the Moët Mini Share Pack comes with six 187-milliliter bottles of Moët's classic Imperial Brut.
Though adorable and convenient, the pack, which is available nationwide, costs $100. If you're committed to drinking mini bottles of Champagne regardless, the pack also comes with golden flute toppers so you can be classy as hell wherever you sip.
In a press release, Moët says, "This new take on the classic six-pack is the perfect way to elevate any celebration, allowing guests to enjoy their own personal bottle of Champagne."
If you're committed to drinking mini bottles of Champagne but are on a budget, we've found plenty of alternatives like La Marca prosecco (about $6 each), Freixenet Cava (about $4 each) and Chandon Sparkling Rosé (about $8 each). Of course, you could always mix and match to make your own six pack, too.