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My fiancé and I really want to serve champagne splits at the ceremony, but our resort doesn't have them. Does anyone have experience shipping things to the DR (particularly alcohol)? we also considered trying to find a local liquor importer in Punta Cana, but I'm not sure this will work out very well either. Thoughts?

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Contact Punto & Corcho, they distribute a variety of brands and have been in business forever in DR. Also, they have a store at Palma Real Shopping Village (across the street from the resort!). I am sure they will be able to help you. Here is the telephone number 809 552 6004. For the main offices in Santo Domingo 809 683 0533.


Hope the info is useful! I am Dominican living in Mexico and missing my country a lot! You have chosen to marry in Paradise! Best wishes!

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We shipping our products with a local shipping service, the problem for you. You need to open a account and you must stay in the dominican repbulic. It's also really expensive.

The easy way, you can check the local big supermarkt: 

Super Pola
This supermarkt is in the San Juan Shopping Center 15 minutes from the airport and 30 minutes from your hotel away.
The San Juan Shopping Center is new and has a lot of diffrent Store.



Super Mercados Nacional
This supermarkt is five minutes from the airport and 45 minutes from your hotel away.
This supermakrt has a big offers of world-wide product.

You can try to call this supermarkt=)



Sunny greetings from the Dominican Republic  =)

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