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Wine Selection & Prices

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Wine Selection & Prices

Hi Everyone,

We are staying at Aroma Resort from the 11th April for 14 nights. Is there a decent selection of wines in the supermarkets and what are the costs? We are staying at Saigon on the 10th so we intend to visit a wine cellar and take a selection of bottles with us to the resort. Cant beat a nice bottle of wine whilst sitting on your terrace of a night. Also what times do the pubs close in Mui Ne? our bar closes at 11pm and we usually like a few nights out on the tiles letting our hair down. Is it permitted to enter other resorts to use their bar and restaurants?

Thanks

Craig

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1. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

We are staying at Aroma from next Sunday so will let you know the wine situation, my research on here suggests there are other bars a short cab ride away, will keep you posted. Look out for a review of Aroma as well!

Phan Thiet, Vietnam
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2. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

Craig,

Joes and Club 79 are usually closed before midnight, while Sankara, Pogo and WAX stay open until about 1AM most nights and Dragon Beach and DJ Station are usually open all night, often closing at around 6AM. Although the good hotels usually have a good selection of wines, your idea of visiting a wine cellar in Saigon before coming here is a good one and the wines there should be much cheaper than in the resorts.

Edited: 9:04 pm, March 04, 2014
Perth, Australia
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3. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

Any good supermarket in Saigon will have a good selection of wine from Australia and France, I found a good one in District 1 on Cong Quynh Street (can't remember the name) There may also be wine at the Co op Mart in Phan Thiet which is a short bus ride from Mui Ne and drops you off oppisite the Mart.

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4. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

Maybe its just me, but I find good wine hard to get. Its mostly a beer country. DaLat wine is terrible. Maybe your best luck is getting an Australian wine.

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5. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

Annam Gourmet on Hai Ba Trung in Saigon has a good range of wine. It's not far from the Sheraton Hotel.

Phan Thiet, Vietnam
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6. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

Fred is correct that CoopMart has a good selection of wines, as does Lotte Mart. Just take the public bus from Mui Ne, Ham Tien or Phu Hai wards into the center of town.

kilmarnock/scotland
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7. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

Steve,

Many thanks for your reply. In answer to my other question, is it allowable to enter and drink in other resorts if they are open later?

Many Thanks

Regards

Craig

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8. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

Many Thanks for the replies, can anyone confirm if it is allowable to enter and drink in the other resorts?

Regards

Craig

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9. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

No problem in your room or balcony. If you drink in a public spot, you'll have to pay corkage.

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10. Re: Wine Selection & Prices

No bar or restaurant in a Ham Tien Resort will knock back business, regardless of whether you are an in house guest or not. As to Dalat wines they just don't compare to other international wines but when you are desperate you will begin to appreciate the different flavour after the 2nd or 3rd glass.

Cheers. Ross