CSA Wine - NOT "Whine"
Wife enjoys the grape v. beer or umbrella style drinks.
We know the finer dining - Feathers - will have it's own selections, but she's curious about what's available at the beach bars?
Anyone who is there or was recently please advise if you can.
The beach bar had the standard White Chard, Champs, and Red (not sure what type) that is throughout resort and in room.
I too prefer the grape over all else, and although the wines they offer are not something i would buy at home, its more than fine for drinking on vacation.
When we were last at CSA (2 years ago), they were serving a pretty bad Chilean house wine. The red was very high in tannins and (for me) undrinkable. The white was pretty bad as well, but tolerable if REALLY cold....Plus the wine / sparkling wine served at the beach bars is never served at a decent temperature - in my opinion, she'd be better off with water during the day and switching to wine / sparkling wine at night....
In February the house wine at both CN and CSA was Italian plonk. I found it very drinkable - the red had much less tannin than the Chilean Cab Sauv they used to serve and the white was drier than the Semillon/Chardonnay of past years.