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Soaring Wings Vineyard

Soaring Wings Vineyard We are mostly a family run operation at Soaring Wings. Operations in the Vineyard began in March of 2001 with winery operations comencing in August of 2003. Sharon and Jim Shaw are the sole owners. Jim is presently the head winemaker and also oversees the vineyard, construction, and business plan. Sharon uses her past managerial experience to manage the tasting area and public events. Son Jeremy, and daughters Sara and Teresa lend extra help when needed. Herb McCaulla just joined us as an assistant wine maker and nephew Mat Pierce lends some part time help in the vineyard. Brother Mark has lent a hand at many of the miscellaneous mechanical chores that pop up around the winery. Of course there will be more when the winery actually opens to the public. Sort of like having babies, just not as painful! We must also acknowledge many of our other family members who have aided in many different ways in the building of this dream.

When coming from Omaha come south on 144th St (Highway 50) until you reach Springfield. After you pass the turnoff to the Sarpy County fairgrounds (Main St.) take your next left, this is Pflug Rd. Cross the old wooden decked bridge and proceed until you can make a right turn, (please do not turn down the newly made bike trail) that is 138th St. Proceed south for about a half mile till you see the vineyard on the left, then go up the road to the winery.

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17111 So 138th Street, Springfield, NE, US, 68059 Email:
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  Blushing Hawk
A blush wine made from Marechal Foch grapes this delightfully fruity wine goes down easy. Slightly sweet, it is meant to be served chilled.
  Chambourcin Reserve
A fruit forward dry red with a most lovely cherry nose. The 04 shows its origin from youthful vines with its crisp finish. The 05 demonstrates the impact of more mature vines on the softness of its finish. Soft caramel and forward fruit notes. Drink now or hold.
  Dragon’s Red
This semi-sweet red wine uses mostly Frontenac grapes, predominately from our vineyard, and combines nice fruity notes with a bit of the Dragon’s bite. It is rumored that the more refined dragons prefer it. Although a glass of this wine may make you feel like a knight or a fair maiden we recommend sharing a bottle with your neighborhood dragon rather than trying to slay it! Enjoy slightly chilled or at cellar temperature.
Bronze Medal Winner at Grand Harvest Awards. As the name suggests this wine reminds you of the sweeter white Germanic wines. One of the most popular of Nebraska wines it has a wonderful floral nose with a following of crisp apple notes. Enjoy chilled.
  Hail White Zin
It was a rough year for weather on our vineyards. From late freezes to large hail storms the crops took heavy damage. To continue on we needed more grapes from outside, sources. So “All Hail to the Lord of the Zin!” You will find this blush Zinfandel wine delightfully fruity and slightly sweet. Serve chilled
This wine is a made from Nebraska apples and has a small amount of grape wine added. To make it interesting we added a hint of raspberry flavoring to make it a wine that is truly fun to drink. Drink chilled and enjoy now.
  Ice Falcon
A blush wine made from Marechal Foch grapes this light and fruity wine goes down easy. Slightly sweet, it is meant to be served chilled. Drink now.
The dry version of our award wining Winter White wine, this wine as been barrel aged and is crisp and clean. A definite favorite for those that like the traditional Chardonnay style wine.
This dry red wine presents notes of cherry and raspberry on the nose. It has a fruity mid-palate and a crisp finish with hints of pepper. Similar to Pinot Noir. Serve cellar temperature.
  Soaring Eagle
This off-dry red wine is a blend of several Nebraska’s best red grape varieties. Aged in American oak, you’ll detect strong caramel and soft fruit notes. This is a lovely wine that is easy to drink. Drink now or hold. Best paired with Italian dishes and grilled meats.
  Special Reserve St. Croix
This select dry red wine is unique, earthy, and easy to drink. Lightly oaked and with careful attention paid to retaining the fruity notes and color of the St Croix Grapes. Only the very best of our barrels were selected for inclusion in this release. Currently a young tannin forward wine. Enjoy now or save it for a special occasion.
  St Croix
A hearty red with nice fruit flvors and a long pleasent finish. Aged in American oak.
A combination of mid and late harvest grapes adds complexity to this wine. Sublime tropical fruit and light floral aromas combine to make this wine a joy to drink. Drink now and serve chilled
  Winter White
Made from LaCrosse grapes this wine has a light, fruity, and sweet style. It has been one of our favorites. This wine can be enjoyed anytime and anyplace. Serve chilled
This zinfandel wine is full of fruit and a joy to drink. Time will increase its suppleness. Enjoy now or hold.


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