Come to America’s southernmost winery
and sip into Hawaiian Time
Volcano Winery is 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, Volcano Winery is not your ordinary winery. Volcano Winery's 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!
Located just a couple of miles from Volcano Village, a visit to the winery is the perfect side trip before or after an outing to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Volcano Winery's 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 the Koa wood bars, charmed by friendly and knowledgeable staff. You can also browse Volcano Winery's 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.
Volcano Winery is open 364 days a year from 10:00-5:30 (Closed on Christmas Day).
Driving Directions from Hilo: Take Hwy 11 towards Volcano. Turn right at the 30-mile marker onto Pii Mauna Drive. Volcano Winery is at the end of the road.
Distance from Hilo: 30 miles
Driving Directions from Kona: If driving through South Point, take Hwy 19 South through South Point. You will then be on Hwy 11 (going North). Turn left after the 31-milemarker onto Pii Mauna Drive. Volcano Winery is at the end of the road.
Distance from Kona: 96 miles.
Don’t miss this Big Island best-kept secret.
Come to America’s southernmost winery and sip into Hawaiian Time.