Volcano Winery

Address: 35 Pii Mauna Drive, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, HI 96785

Website: http://volcanowinery.com/

A must see for wine lovers!

Come to this unique winery located by the Hawaiian volcanoes at 4,000 ft above sea level. These wines are mixed with tropical exotic fruits such as Jaboticaba berries and Macadamia nuts , to create a novel tropical Hawaiian taste.

They have friendly staff that is there to answer questions and offer recommendations for your entire party. A perfect way to end the day after visiting the volcano!

Standard Flight – $15 includes: Symphony Mele, Pinot Noir, Volcano Red, Symphone Mele, Volcano Blush, Hawaiian Guava-Grape, Macadamia Nut Honey Wine, and Volcano Winery Estate Teas

Cheese and cracker plates are also available.  The area is beautiful and there is plenty of outdoor seating.  I highly recommend buying a couple bottles of wine and a cheese plate and having a great time with your group outside enjoying the grounds.

Open 364 Days a Year (Closed Christmas Day)
10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

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