Assays from 12 holes from the 2015 Phase I drilling programme showed moderate to high grade silver mineralisation was hit in many of the holes, the company said.
Notable intercepts included 9.1 metres at 52.6 g/t silver with a maximum silver assay value of 99.4 g/t,, while hole depths ranged from 79.3m to 329.3m, with a total of 2224.1metres completed.
Cherry Creek is currently being managed and funded by Summit Mining Exploration a wholly-owned US subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, under the first year of an Exploration-Earn In Agreement.
Kaare Foy, Viscount chairman, said: "At this early stage we are very encouraged with our maiden drill program results, which achieved our targeting objective of intercepting large intervals of silver mineralization.
"The significance is that this was the first time in over 100 years that modern exploration techniques have been used at Cherry Creek."