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Volcano Winery

Volcano Winery Sip into Hawaiian Time at Volcano Winery! We’re one of the Big Island’s best-kept secrets, and home of award-winning Hawaiian wines you won’t find anywhere else. Tucked between 2 of Hawaii’s active volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea, we’re not your ordinary winery. Our original tropical fruit-blended wines, Symphony wines, and all-honey wine are an unexpected surprise. And with free wine tasting every day of the year, you don’t want to miss us! Located just minutes from Volcano Village, a visit to the winery is the perfect side trip before or after an outing to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Our casual, laid-back atmosphere sets the right mood for your time on the Big Island. Within moments of arriving, you’ll find yourself sipping on award-winning wines like Symphony Mele and Hawaiian Guava Wine at one of our Koa wood bars, charmed by our friendly and knowledgeable staff. You can also browse our delightful gift shop, featuring unique works by local artists, as well as a wide selection of gifts with a Hawaiian flair for the wine lover.

From Hilo: Take Highway 11 toward Volcano and turn right onto Pii Mauna Drive at the 30-mile marker. Approximately 30 miles. From Kona: Take Highway 11 through South Point and turn left onto Pii Mauna Drive after the 31- miles marker. Approximately 96 miles.

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35 Pii Mauna Drive, Volcano, HI, US, 96785 Email:
Phone: 808-967-7772 Web:
Fax: 808-967-7679
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  Hawaiian Guava Wine
Hawaiian yellow guava fruit is blended with French Columbard, creating a slightly sweet tropical fruit blend that is perfect with curries and all foods Hawaiian. Or, amaze your guests when serving this with a special dessert. Whatever you choose, Hawaiian Guava Wine is surely paradise in a bottle. Winner of the Bronze medal at the 2001 Atlanta International Wine Summit.
  Macadamia Nut Honey Wine
Few can resist our signature Macadamia Nut Honey Wine! Sweet and light, this ambrosial wine is made with 100% tropical honey gathered by honeybees from Macadamia Nut blossoms. No nuts, grapes, or fruit are added – only the delectable goodness of Big Island honey. Add something special to your favorite dessert when you serve this signature wine. A favorite with locals and visitors alike, Macadamia Nut Honey Wine is a sensual, sensational delight. Winner of the Bronze medal for at the 2003 Riverside International Wine Competition.
  Symphony Dry
This crisp, dry white wine is the first of our traditional-style wines made from the Symphony grape. An aromatic “symphony” of peach, apricot, and lychee, Symphony Dry pairs nicely with dishes like fish, chicken, and Asian food. It also complements sharp cheese and fruit, and is a very nice wine for cocktails. Winner of the Bronze medal at the 2004 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
  Symphony Mele
Sister wine of the Symphony Dry, Symphony Mele is also made with the Symphony grape, with a slightly higher residual sugar level for added sweetness. It is wonderful when partnered with poultry and shellfish, and a sure hit at dinner parties. “Mele” means “song” in Hawaiian, and Symphony Mele is truly a melody of delight. Winner of the Gold medal at the 2004 Finger Lakes International Winc Competition
  Volcano Blush
Our wine of choice for pure relaxation. Volcano Blush is made with ½ of the locally grown jaboticaba berry and ½ French Columbard, resulting in a blend of perfect balance. With its subtle notes of cherry-cranberry, this mellow blush is a favorite with both traditional and non-traditional wine drinkers. A sure winner to please every palate.
  Volcano Red
Sip into Volcano Red and you’ll know why we call it Pele’s Delight. One of our original fruit blends, this red is a blend of burgundy, French Columbard, and the locally grown jaboticaba berry. It is light-bodied and fruity, with a beautiful cherry color and cherry-cranberry finish. This versatile red can be served at room temperature or slightly chilled, and is a delicious companion to red meat and Italian dishes. Remember to toast Pele when drinking Volcano Red!


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