Fresh from a triumphant Arctic tour, Thomas Kovacs has agreed to journey to the far reaches of the County… And you, too, can hum along, shake the tambourine, and (yes) even sing, as Thomas weaves his magic on Wellington. You really don’t think that dinner and a song works for you? Then you’re going to be amazed when you find yourself […]
This week I was seduced by a delightful 2015 Gewürztraminer crafted by the talented Rob Peck of Sugarbush Winery. The wine is a cornucopia of aromatics, showing traditional rose petals and fresh peeled lychees that continue on the palate. The wine has a delightful suggestion of black licorice on the end, which makes this wine so very pleasant.
Against all odds, Long Dog has laboured long to produce such sublime wines; James imprints his passion on each and every bottle. Long Dog is one of an inspired few who create the finest cold climate wine in this hemisphere, which has fostered a devout following that make a pilgrimage at least once a year to taste and purchase their wine.
The Beer Store is nominally a not-for profit entity (like a food bank), but it also indirectly generates significant profits by controlling the price of beer. As a quasi-monopoly in Ontario, a case of beer is usually costs $10.00 more than in Quebec. Licensed Establishments throughout Ontario are obliged to purchase their beer from the […]
Hot Times are Beer Times. And we have a number of ways to chill out: be it the cool frosty from the Barely Days selection, or an authentic draft from the County Road Brewing Company. These beers are authentically crafted, and you will not be disappointed.
By Chadsey’s Cairns 2014 Chenin Blanc once again excels — from its burst of ripe pear on the nose, to the silky mouth feel, followed by a brilliant clean that resets the palate for another sip. This absolute gem is crafted from 100% estate grown fruit…
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.