Lieb Cellars and Bridge Lane wines are produced on the North Fork of Long Island.


The North what of where? Let’s break this down: United States > New York > Long Island > North Fork





80 miles from NYC, north of the Hamptons, in between the Long Island Sound and the Peconic Bay, that’s where we are. Jutting 120 miles into the Atlantic Ocean, the North Fork is approximately 30 miles long by five miles wide of country roads, local farms, quaint towns, and sprawling vineyards. Over the last 40+ years, the Long Island Wine Industry has grown from one small vineyard to 3,000 acres of vines and over fifty wine producers. For more information on our region and a list of other vineyards, visit



Lodging – Cedar House B&B, The Greenporter, Ruby’s Cove B&B, The Baker House

Restaurants – The Frisky Oyster, Jedediah Hawkins, Noah’s, aMano, First and South

Vineyards – Lieb Cellars Oregon Road, Macari, Sherwood House, Jamesport Vineyard