100% Apple Wine. Our semi-sweet apple wine is made from Nebraska apples grown at Arbor Farms in Nebraska City, NE. The crisp flavor of the apples blended in this wine is balanced with the sweet and refreshing flavors of fall. Pairs well with cheeses, chutneys, soups and salads.
This wine has been aged in custom French Oak barrels for 38 months. It truly shines as one of the great wines of the Midwest. It has fruit forward flavors of lemon grass and pear with smooth vanilla overtones and has a clean and crisp finish.
The wine is named in honor of our owners father, F. Joseph O'Neill. His strong demeanor and soft heart are well represented in this great Nebraska wine.
You can never go wrong by serving a bottle of our Ringneck Red. This medium bodied wine provides a smooth and light finish. This wine is deceiving as it is dry (no residual sugar left) but the fruit forward flavors of the DeChaunac grape provide wonderful aromas of dark cherry and plum.
Buffalo Wallow is a semi-sweet white is made with LaCrescent grapes that grow wonderfully in our vineyard. They impart the wine with a dominant flavor of lemongrass to go with other fruit notes. Buffalo Wallow has a nice astringency that balances the sweetness to create a lovely finish that doesn't overpower.
A buffalo wallow is started by buffalo pawing the dry dirt to break up the grass surface. The animals would then roll in the dirt to dust themselves for fly and mosquito control. Over time,the wallows became muddy, the mud acting as even more effective insect control. Today, wallows are seldom found due to farm land cultivation and urban development. The rare buffalo wallow with its large, rounded indentations is the only evidence left of a time when buffalo roamed our prairies freely.
A semi-sweet blush created from the Marechal Foch grape. Spring Mist is light in body but bold in varietal fruity flavors. It shares hints of citrus fruit and subtle strawberry flavors. This is one of Mac’s Creek’s most popular wines.
Mac's Creek has partnered with the Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary south of Gibbon Nebraska for a special "2017 Crane" wine label featuring our newest vintage of Spring Mist.
For each bottle purchased $5 will be donated to Rowe Sanctuary to help them continue the incredible habitat and research work in sharing the story of the Sandhill Cranes that visit Central Nebraska annually.
This wine is only available at our Lexington and Kearney locations as well as our online store.
We are releasing it first to our Wine Club members. Bottles are normally $18. Wine Club members are extended the club price of $14.40 per bottle. Please email us if you would like to purchase this incredible wine for a great cause.
Edelweiss is a Semi-Sweet white wine, made from a Nebraska grape. Comparable to a Riesling it has more intense fruit flavors of peach and apricot as well as melon aromas that complement the smooth finish.
Share a piece of our family heritage when you drink Irish Jig. Our family is a blend of the O'Neill clan and the McFarland clan both of the Northern Ireland. Believe me when we get together a party is close behind!
Enjoy this incredible wine that is a blend of LaCrescent and Brianna grapes. It is a refreshingly light white semi-sweet with flavors of melon and pineapple. This wine pairs well with cheeses and salads.
The more Irish Jig you have the more you will want to dance the JIG!
This Late Harvest wine is done in the style of many of the great dessert wines from the north. Complex and rich, Blue Heron is created from the Prairie Star varietal and has floral characteristics as well as hints of apple and pear. It pairs well with cheesecake and fresh fruit. This a great wine to cap off an evening with family and friends.
Enjoy Mac's Creek's first fortified dessert wine. This wine will rival the great ports of Europe with it's smooth flavors and warm finish. This wine is truly a labor of love here at Mac's Creek.
The wine label represents the McFarland Family cattle brand used by Dale "Bud" McFarland, father to owner Max McFarland. He loved his big Stetson hats and so in his honor a Stetson hat is placed hanging off the corner of the brand. To understand the name of the wine you must move ahead three generations to co-owner Barry McFarland. When a little boy Barry could not pronounce the word Grandpa so instead of of referring to Grandpa Bud he called him Poncu... and the name has stuck. Poncu is not available in stores and must be purchased at the estate winery.
So what is Port wine? Port is a fortified wine. Fortified wines are made by adding a proportion of grape spirit, or brandy, to the wine at some point during the production process.