In 2004, Lieb Cellars founder Mark Lieb introduced a second label, Bridge Lane. Bridge Lane wines were meant to be lighter, fruitier, “every day” wines and carried a more affordable price point. The Bridge Lane label was quickly embraced by customers, restaurants and large volume venues like Jones Beach Theater and Citi Field, home of the Mets. Recognizing its value and potential, in 2013 the new crew at Lieb decided that is was time to take Bridge Lane to the next level. The wines were fresh and fun, but the bottled format and somewhat serious labels were not. Bridge Lane should be about breaking tradition, doing things differently, being innovative and, ultimately, offering a great-tasting wine at crazily reasonable price points. And now, it is.
Learn more at www.bridgelanewine.com
View our varieties below.

  • Bridge Lane Chardonnay

    Comes in 4 different formats; Bottles, Boxes, Cans and Kegs

    Fermented entirely in stainless steel, this wine retains the purity of the Chardonnay character, which emphasizes bright aromas of stone fruit and green apple, along with tropical notes. Crisp, clean flavors delight the palate leaving a fresh finish and a lingering minerality with a subtle earthy edge. With its light body and fresh finish, this versatile wine can be served as an aperitif or with any light fare food.

    87 Points - Robert Parker (2016 Vintage)
  • Bridge Lane Rosé

    Comes in 4 different formats; Bottles, Boxes, Cans and Kegs

    Vinted from 100% Cabernet Franc, this quintessential summer wine opens with aromas of guava, lychee, and peach blossom, followed by flavors of cantaloupe and grapefruit ending with a sea spray finish. This crisp, dry rosé offers delicacy and balance that is suitable for almost any occasion.

    87 Points - Robert Parker (2016 Vintage)
  • Bridge Lane Red Blend

    Comes in 4 different formats; Bottles, Boxes, Cans and Kegs

    44% Merlot, 22% Cabernet Franc, 13% Petite Verdot, 12% Malbec, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon

    The wine opens with aromas of rhubarb and jam, followed by pepper on the palate. Finishing with oak char and spice, the Bridge Lane Merlot would beautifully compliment tomato-based sauces, Italian cured meats, and Spanish Chorizo.

    86 Points - Robert Parker (2016 Vintage)