Sandhills Cherry: A sweet cherry flavored apple wine. It reminds you of Grandma's cherry pie, sweet but ends with a tart finish.
Named for Lt. Samuel A. Cherry, an army officer stationed at Fort Niobrara in the 1880's, Cherry County is the largest county in Nebraska - bigger even than 3 U.S. States! It covers over 6,000 square miles and is home to over 530,000 beef cattle, outnumbering people 10,000:1. Cherry Co. lies within the Sandhills, the largest area of grass-stabilized sand dunes in the world, and sits above the largest fresh water aquifer in North America. The Sandhills are home to abundant wildlife, plants, and thousands of ponds and lakes.
- Sold as a 2 Pack
- 750ML per Bottle
- Contains Sulfites
Niobrara Valley Vineyards, LLC is nestled in the Sandhills near Nenzel, Nebraska. The picturesque Sandhills are known for producing some of the finest beef in the world. These hills can also produce some pretty darn good wines. The hot days and cool nights of our summers are ideal for bringing out the complex fruity flavors that you will come to recognize and enjoy in our wines.
Niobrara Valley wines are a reflection of our rural life, family values, and western hospitality, just as cowboys, roundups, and branding reflect the character of the Sandhills. We hope this is a brand you will enjoy.
Please note, certain state have been restricted from our shipping list due to individual state taxation rules. If you have any question, please contact us at email@example.com. It is also our policy that we will not conduct shipments to Alaska, Hawaii or Internationally. Furthermore, we will not ship any packages if the temperature along the route will be below 32 F or above 80 F. Niobrara Valley Vineyards, LLC will not be held liable for any delays caused by the above conditions.
Niobrara Valley Vineyards, LLC does not sell to minors and restricts all under age individuals from purchasing our products. All deliveries require a signature from an adult aged 21 years and older before the shipment is released into their keeping.