In the North Fork of Long Island, tucked away from all the city chaos, yet not too far out of its reach, Lieb Cellars makes magic in the form of wine.
With a positive outlook towards the future, Lieb Cellars makes wine in a sustainable and eco friendly way and they have been certified for their ways.
Lieb Cellars Have Made Incredible Progress in a Short Amount of Time
Since 1992, Lieb Cellars has only looked forward. From their 12 acres in 1992, they have now grown to 94 acres, two tasting rooms and a full-service customer crush winery. In 2004, Lieb Cellars introduced their 2nd label for Lieb Cellars: Bridge Lane Wine which is one of the fastest growing wine labels on the East Coast.
The Winery’s Eco Friendly And Sustainable Ways Have Gained Attention
Lieb Cellars has been certified to be a sustainable company and their 2nd label Brigde Lane Wines produces 5 wines each of which are available in four eco-friendly formats.
An Estate That Seems Too Good To Be True
The 5 vineyards stretch across their 94 acres of land. The soil is of sandy loam structure. Grape varieties Pinot Blanc, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Chardonnay, Riesling, Viognier, Golden Muscatel, Sauvignon Blanc, Malbec, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir Teroldego and Lagrein are nurtured here.