Direct from a sold-out engagement in the Arctic, Thomas Kovacs returns to East & Main! Make a date on August 12 to see what it’s all about. You 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 […]
Domaine Darius … Kimberly and I matched his 2013 Cuvée with roast lamb and a couscous salad and were blown away with memories of Languedoc. This wine is a blend of County Gamay, Cabernet Franc and Marquette that truly expresses an Old World style wine — earthy and packed with dark fruit.
Black Prince Winery recently released a County wine in the Sherry tradition … displays the traditional characteristics of dried raisins, almonds and Seville oranges. The influence of the re-fabricated barrels allows the wine to take on burnt brown sugar nuance.
East & Main Bistro is pleased to support County FM 99.3 Listen in every Friday at 4:10 PM, as David O’Connor shares wine pairing tips on the program County Wine Bites. Want to hear some of the previous broadcasts? Click below! Father’s Day Barbecue — Steak, Asparagus and Cabernet Franc Summer Salads — Melon de Bourgogne, Dry […]
Waupoos…2103 Pinot Gris — a really charming wine that satisfies the senses, and is a perfect summer thirst quencher … Domaine Darius… 1679 wine, a stunning tribute to Newfoundland’s association with port wine. … Traynor’s recently released Sauvignon Blanc, crafted to display all the best nuances of this varietal.
Keint-he has recently released an estate-grown, Melon de Bourgogne. Yum. Huff Estates has produced a sublime kosher Riesling that is creating a big stir, while at the same time finding a hitherto unfilled niche for County Wines. Mackenzie Brisbois has joined the Trail Estates Winery team to work her magic and charm, both in the winery and at the tasting counter.
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.