My 2016 Sport came new with the 'mid range' tire option for the Sport (245/75-16 Bridgestone A/T Revo tires on black 16x7 steel wheels). Tread wise, they were pretty well street tires.
I sold the Bridgstones after about 200 miles and put on a set of 245/75-16 Duratracs. I drove with them all last winter and they performed pretty well. But, we didn't have a lot of snow last winter to really test them out.
Last month, I came across a set of minty 17 inch Rubicon take-offs on a local buy and sell for $300 bucks, so I jumped at them and installed them with a set of new 285/70-17 Duratracs. At 35 PSI, these tires stand 32.25 inches tall. (That's 2.25 inches more than my 245/75-16 Duratracs).
But like last year, we haven't had much snow so I can't comment on how much they've helped. But snow or not, they really do look good
I live in the country as well. I only have a 300 foot driveway, but it can get drifted in pretty bad if we get a good blizzard. The drifts get up to 4 feet near my garage and there's no way I can get through those. I have a 4X4 F-150 and I've had to get the snow blower out the odd time to free it.
Two feet of snow might be drivable with the Jeep if the snow is soft and fluffy. But, if it's hard, then you can get easily hung up with all four wheels spinning.
If getting through the snow is critical, one thing you might do is install posts in concrete spaced along the side of the driveway. Then you could install a winch and use the posts as winch points so you could pull yourself out if you really got bogged down. (I've actually thought of doing this).
If you have trees along the driveway then you won't need the posts.