A new focus on hospitality and the “wine tasting experience” has completely changed the way that visitors taste wine on Long Island.
Our office intern this week loves #boxwine! #Presley #labpuppy #respectthebox #whitemerlot #craftwine A photo posted by Bridge Lane Wine (@bridgelanewine) on Mar 26, 2016…
Locally sourced dishes and Long Island wine at must-visit restaurants.
Short answer: It’s delicious.
As Lieb Cellars’ Russell Hearn goes food shopping locally, he sets a place at the table for the producers.
Take shelter from the storm with some wine classes at the Tasting Group this winter.
Each weekend in July, Lieb Cellars has invited a local vendor to set up a “pop-up” shop in the lounge area of their East Hampton Tasting Room. The vendors will offer their hand-sourced or crafted goods.
The Long Island Merlot Alliance has hired a new executive director, created a wine trail and started an annual tasting/mingle night for members of…
Looking for a reason to raise your glass on this dreary first day of May? Look no further. Lieb Cellars will re-open their Mattituck Tasting Room—now, The Tasting Group—this Saturday, May 3rd, at noon.
First of all, thanks to the nearly 300 people who voted and told us which photo they liked for our cover. This photo by Randee Daddona was extremely popular, and we love it, too; it’s so springy! Most of all, we love hearing from you. Keep the feedback coming on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
In our Spring 2014 issue, Eileen M. Duffy visits Premium Wine Group in Mattituck to watch as Erik Bilka, the operations production winemaker, puts the very first wine from Long Island Wine Country in the vacuum sealed bags that will fill the boxes embossed with Lieb Cellars new label, Bridge Lane.