Lambert Bridge announced that Mike Gilfillan, former co-chair of the YankeeNets and former Co-owner of the National Hockey League’s New Jersey Devils, will assume leadership of the Dry Creek Valley winery known for its elegant Bordeaux-style red wines. Gilfillan is the son-in-law of Lambert Bridge owners Patti and Ray Chambers.
One foot in the door of this big rustic cabin of a place, we all but tripped over two of the biggest, most adorable dogs we’d ever seen. Princess Bernadette, a perpetually sleepy St. Bernard, and fluffy, white Wylie the Great Pyrenees aren’t the only on-site canines
On a lovely Saturday afternoon, I found myself meeting a friend for wine tasting at her choice: Lambert Bridge Winery out off West Dry Creek Road.
Most wineries understand the basics of hospitality. Then there are places like Lambert Bridge, where, once you’ve arrived, you can’t imagine leaving.
Located in Healdsburg, California, Lambert Bridge Winery, produces an abundance of small lot wines, with meticulous attention to quality. However, this wasn’t always the case.
A typical day of wine tasting, involves visiting at least two or three wineries, sometimes as many as four or more. For many visitors to wine country, this seems like the logical route – cram as many visits into each day as possible.