Most ‘Grammable’ North Fork Spots: Little Creek Oysters

Hi everyone! In case we haven't formally met yet, I'm Alice and I'm the face behind most of the photographs you see on our Instagram, Facebook, and website. If you ever see a girl running around the tasting room like crazy with a camera, it's probably me, so stop and say hi! 

As the Lieb Cellars & Bridge Lane Wine social media coordinator, I thought it only appropriate that my contribution to the blog be social media-based. So I'm here to give you the inside scoop on the most 'grammable’...

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Who’s Who at Lieb Cellars – Jared Goodale

What do you do at Lieb Cellars?

I work in the warehouse making sure the wine gets to everyone, and small various upkeep tasks around Lieb.

How did you come to work in the wine industry?

I was tired of working retail and I needed a change of pace.  It helped that I knew some people already in the business.

What’s your favorite part about working at LC?

I enjoy doing something different each day and a great team of colleagues is always a welcome thing.

What are your favorite Lieb...

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From a Chef’s Perspective: Unusual Condiments & Wines to Pair with Them (with that summer bod in mind)

So I’m going to come clean about something right off the bat –  I’ve been on a diet all winter. Surprisingly, it has been pretty smooth sailing because I have chosen to do the most basic, easy diet which is literally just EAT LESS CRAP. On this “diet” I can still have wine and cheese and fudge pops and chocolate, however I am now seeing those things as special treats and not like, 90% of my daily consumption. The truth is I love to eat, I love to cook, I love to drink … and I don’t...

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From Beer to There: Meritage & Greenport Harbor’s Imperial Stout

In this installment of From Beer to There, we’ll be talking about a couple heavy hitters. Our cabernet sauvignon based, Bordeaux-style blend, 2015 Lieb Reserve Meritage, and one of my favorite styles of beer, Imperial Stouts.  As they’re both big, bold and full of flavor, it just makes sense to draw comparisons between the two.

The term “Meritage” originated in California, when winemakers started crafting wines in a blended style similar to those in Bordeaux and felt they needed a...

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My Five Favorite Things – Cory Browne

#1 - Books & travel guides - Nerd alert! I love reading in general, but my favorite books to read are usually travel guides or blogs about new places to add to my bucket list.

#2 - RV keys - I bought an RV on a whim this past September and spent three months renovating it. (Dreams do come true) I was super excited to spend the last two months travelling the good ole USA with my best friend!! (You can check out my trip at or @this.little.big.adventure...

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