Nebraska March 29, 2017
The Remote Winery In Nebraska That’s Picture Perfect For A Day Trip
The tiny unincorporated community of Parks, Nebraska – sandwiched between the banks of Rock Creek Lake and the Nebraska-Kansas-Colorado border – is home to Sage Hill Vineyard and Winery, one of our state’s many beautiful wineries.
This picturesque little corner of Nebraska has proven to be a wonderful location for growing grapes and producing wines.
Sage Hill Vineyard and Winery has been growing tasty wine grapes since 2003.
Approximately 1250 vines - both red and white - grow in this fertile soil.
The owners of Sage Hill affectionally call the itty-bitty facility a "Mini Micro Boutique Winery."
The very limited annual production means that special attention is paid to every single bottle of wine.
A visit to this beautiful place is a treat in itself - just look at this scenery.
But obviously, the wine is the highlight of any day trip to Sage Hill.
The winery offers a selection of four whites, four reds, and two dessert wines. (You should probably try all 10 just to be safe.)
If you'd like to indulge without worrying about making your way safely home, consider extending your day trip and book the Winemaker's Loft in advance.
The loft is located right above the winery's main building, so you only have to walk up a flight of stairs to get to your accommodations. The rental rate even includes a bottle of Sage Hill wine.
The comfortable and fully-equipped loft includes a kitchen, so you can cook a nice hearty breakfast in the morning before setting out again.
And why wouldn't you want to stay in this gorgeous place? The rolling hills, abundant wildlife, and nearby lake all make for a peaceful getaway.
Whether you stay for an afternoon or a whole weekend, Sage Hill is undoubtedly one of Nebraska’s most scenic, remote wineries. Get more information at their
website, the winery’s Facebook page, and the Winemaker’s Loft Facebook Page.
There are plenty more beautiful vineyards and wineries to enjoy in Nebraska –
these are 15 of our favorites (including Sage Hill!).