Seasons greetings! We’ve updated our menu for winter. For a break from Christmas shopping, why not pop in for lunch and try our hearty autumn stew with warm herbed scone? Click here to see the full menu. Don’t worry about holiday dinners: bring the gang to East & Main! How could you resist rosemary mustard crusted [...]
Barley Days Brewery has recently released this year’s Yuletide Cherry Porter and it is lip-smacking good… This porter is silky smooth on the palate, and the cherry influence enhances the complete taste sensation of this unfiltered porter… This Cherry Porter is a great winter beverage — and healthy to boot.
It’s the last weekend for Wassail. Do some Christmas shopping at the wineries, while enjoying the festivities. Pick up some wine for yourself and some to share with friends at holiday gatherings. Set aside a Pinot Noir to try out this recipe. Salmon is such a versatile fish, which can be prepared in many [...]
Sugarbush Vineyards… Cabernet Franc shows a regal deep crimson in the glass. The nose tantalizes with aromas of dark fruit and myrrh. The palate is a cascade of red fruit, cherry and cranberry with a distinct, yet somewhat muted, acidity. The wine has a tasty, lip-smacking finish and is truly perfect for the upcoming holiday season.
Paul Battilana, winemaker for Casa-Dea Estates Winery, was recently was awarded a gold for his 2011, Estate grown Riesling. … The nose intrigues with the traditional petroleum, tempered with hints of rose petals and mace. The palate is a dry mouthful of lemon and white grapefruit, with a bite of cleansing acidity on the finish, suggesting this wine was crafted to pair up food to bring out its full potential.
Have you booked your table yet? The final week of Countylicious ends this Sunday, November 24, and marks the beginning of Wassail on Saturday, November 23. This annual county ritual runs for the next 3 weekends, celebrating the end of the growing season and the burying of the vines. Go to www.thecountywines.com for more [...]
Welcome to East & Main
Your hosts, Kimberly and David, want the memory of the best in local fare to bring you back to Prince Edward County. Their idea: provide luxury comfort food, but use fresh local ingredients with perfect service that never intrudes upon the camaraderie of good friends. Wellington offered the natural intersection for wine, produce and country casual.