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Lieb Cellars & Bridge Lane Wine Appoint Aimée Lasseigne New as NYC Brand Ambassador

Posted on July 08, 2019

Cutchogue, N.Y.—Lieb Cellars, a leading NY winery located on the North Fork of Long Island, has announced the appointment of Aimée Lasseigne New as their New York City Brand Ambassador. Bringing tremendous industry experience and wine knowledge, Lasseigne New will focus on elevating Lieb’s awareness and credibility through sampling and selling efforts within key trade circles.

Lasseigne New comes with 18 years of wine and hospitality experience having recently served as the Assistant Manager at Bottlerocket Wine & Spirit in NYC. She received her Certified Sommelier certification from the Court of Master Sommeliers and is pursuing her Diploma from Wine & Spirits Education Trust. Considered an expert in her field, she is regularly quoted in national wine press and has served as a judge at prestigious wine competitions all over the world including Concours Mondial Bruxelles.

“I have had quite a number of supplier opportunities come my way over the years but none as compelling as the opportunity to work for Lieb and Bridge Lane,” states Lasseigne New. “The caliber of wine coming from New York right now is right up there with the top wine regions in the world, and Lieb is at the forefront in terms of quality and packaging innovation. I’m beyond excited to join the Lieb team and help take their momentum to the next level. If you want to taste some seriously delicious wine, reach out to me!”

Region: New York
Job Function: Sales/Marketing

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