French luxury conglomerate LVMH—home to such brands as Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Céline and more—has been busy, which probably bodes well for the state of the global economy. The company recently announced an e-commerce venture it’s calling Clos19, which will focus exclusively on selling LVMH-owned wine and spirit brands such as Dom Pérignon and Veuve Clicquot. Nothing too exciting there—we obviously already own so much Veuve and have no need for more. (Still, the site offers 24-hour delivery, which seems important to note.) What’s also interesting is that Clos19 will offer experiences ranging from private dinners to excursions to Antarctica, all centered around champagne. In other words, it sounds like LVMH will be selling the opportunity to live like a Kardashian-Jenner and we’re into it. Why worry about impending war with North Korea when you can just pop a cork somewhere fabulous? The answer is too complicated for us to tackle here, but we thought we’d present you with both options and let you decide for yourself.