Produced by Lieb Cellars, a small farm-winery on the North Fork of Long Island, Bridge Lane is named after the farm road adjacent to one of Lieb’s vineyards and is Lieb’s second label. If Lieb’s reserve wines are elegant and age-worthy, Bridge Lane wines are young, fresh, fruit-forward and meant to be enjoyed right away.
Bridge Lane wines are available in three sizes: 750ml bottle, 3L Box, and 20L Keg. While some snobby critics turn their noses up at “alternative formats”, we couldn’t enjoy ourselves more when proving them wrong time and time again in blind tastings.
What is “Craft Wine”?
Bridge Lane bottles, boxes and kegs are not made from sweet tasteless grape juice trucked in massive quantities into large commercial wineries. They’re unique, high quality, dry wines made from grapes that are sustainably farmed, hand tended and hand-harvested. The wines are made in small batches. They’re “crafted” by a passionate team with a commitment to quality and pride in their product.