This is a fun little winery just down the street from the Volcanoes National Park. They do grow some of their own grapes there, including the jaboticaba berries. The wines tend to be on the sweet side. The Volcano Red is a nice dryer wine though. They have some really interesting meads: macadamia nut honey and mac nut honey infused with black tea. I saw some other reviewers incorrectly said these are not actual wines. They never say they are wine. In fact, they explained how these two "wines" are meads-based with honey. The mac nut honey mead does not actually contain mac nuts, rather the honey that is derived from mac nut flower pollen. They are extremely sweet, almost syrupy and make a fine dessert wine. We were travelling with only carry ons and couldn't get a corkscrew, so our host, Nancy, corked a chilled infusion wine for us. After dinner at the nearby restaurant Thai Thai (awesome recommendation by Nancy), my wife and I enjoyed the wine at our hotel in the cool Kilauea night air, looking down at the caldera. I would rate the wines as average to better than average. Although, I think the uniqueness alone makes this an experience to remember. Not many people can say they tasted wine produced locally on top of an active volcano! For those that harp on the price: you get 7-8 generous pours of boutique wine for only $8... that's a pretty good deal anywhere, let alone on top of a volcano. Nancy, my wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our time spent with you. You have a passion and knowledge for wine and the conversation flowed as easily as the wine pours. We look forward to finding your wines on Oahu. Mahalo!
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