Denmark has been a producer of fruit wines for many years, especially cherry wines (Danish: kirsebærvin) and apple wines (Danish: æblevin). The Danish climate is very well suited for growing these fruits and the country has a quite large variety of unique cultivars. In particular the Danish Cherry Heering liquor wine is well-known abroad and since 2006, new producers at Frederiksdal Manor on Lolland has experimented with fermented cherry wines, with much appraised results.
^Helle Sindal (13 November 2013). "Pris- og stjerneregn over lollandsk kirsebærvin [Prize- and star-rain for cherry wine from Lolland]". Politiken (in Danish).Missing or empty |url= (help);|access-date= requires |url= (help)