MORRIS COUNTY — Main 233 in Chatham graciously hosted a wine tasting event with Reasons Wine on Thursday, September 12 for the local neighborhood to participate in.
Winemaker Ned Morris spoke to a packed crowd about how he began his career as a Sommelier in Southern Australia, earned his Masters Degree in Food Chemistry and Fermentation Science, and became a winemaker in Washington State.
Ned strives to create wines that are brilliantly balanced to serve with any meal. Chef John Carrino’s passion for perfectly prepared food pairs beautifully with all of Reasons Wines.
That night, John featured a 16-ounce Berkshire Tomahawk Pork Chop (with a bourbon fig glaze), an 8-ounce Filet Mignon (with a merlot pear reduction), and a Bone-in French Cut Chicken Breast (with a pancetta demi-glaze).
Seafood lovers chose the Blackened Pan-Seared Tuna (with a mango pineapple salsa and tropical collisions) or the Coconut Crusted Wild Salmon (with sweet chili grilled asparagus and mango ketchup). Quickly the town of Chatham is learning that John’s talent as a chef impresses everyone who dines at Main 233.
Lunch is served Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and dinner is served Tuesday through Sunday from 4:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Main 233 is available for corporate events, private dining and catering. Click here for upcoming events.