This year, East & Main will be closed from 4 January until 5 February. We’re taking a break to reflect upon 2014 and to prepare for the New Year ahead. We’ll re-open for lunch and dinner on 5 February. 2014 was an a great year for East & Main. We have many to thank for the […]
Looking for a very special way to spend New Year’s Eve? To end 2014 with style, East & Main Bistro is putting on the Ritz! There will be hubbard squash soup, beurre noisette, roasted chestnuts & brussel sprout leaves, or beef carpaccio, parmesan reggiano, baby arugula, carrots, black mission figs, dehydrated black olives, balsamic honey reduction, […]
As temperatures plunge, winemakers await the ideal moment to make scrumptious ice wine from grapes that were deliberately left hanging on the vine well past their normal harvest time. Although Pliny the Elder makes reference to “frozen” or “vine-dried” grapes in the first century, the first documented “eiswein” was produced in the Franconia wine region […]
Part of Christmas, for some, is sharing a glass or two with family at the festive table. What better way to celebrate than with a glass of locally produced sparkling wine? There are four distinct methods for making sparkling wine. -The first is to simply inject carbon dioxide into the wine in the same way […]
This week, the town of Wellington is saddened and diminished at the passing of two talented men in the prime of their lives… Let us salute the memories of both these wonderful, talented men and remember their diverse, yet creative, endeavours when we require floral arrangements or sublime wines (still or fortified) for the holiday season.
Broken Stone Winery’s 2014 Pinot Frais that was created especially for this year’s Wassail celebration. The wine is made from estate-grown Pinot Noir, and is wonderfully fresh and earthy — with lots of red fruit and a touch of key lime. This nouveau-style wine is very refreshing, and is meant to be enjoyed now.
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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.