When I was doing my research on getting new tires last year after terrible results with the OEM Latitudes and the replacement with the BFG Rugged Terrain T/A, I selected on Nokian. Nokian is well regarded in Europe, Canada and now here is the USA snow belt areas. Many companies are now looking into Nokian's technology and implementing their own concepts to improve winter driving. IMO, the key factors to look into a tire needed for winter conditions is siping and soft tire compound.
Some other tire companies that come to my mind which to look at is Cooper with their Discoverer A/T 3, GY dedicated winter tires (they use Dunlop's technology since they own them), Bridgestone Blizzak's ( they own a percentage of Nokian for sometime now) and Firestone.
The A/T on-road/off-road tire have come a long way now to meet the conditions of winter driving. Depending on your area, you might need a dedicated snow tire.
Best for now.
Laredo X, Trail Rated, QTii, Sele-Terrian, Quadra Lift, Off-Road Adventure Package ii, Nokian Rotiva AT, Tow, Custom Sound System ( HAT speakers, JLAudio, Pioneer, JBL MS-8 & RF 3.sixty.3).