GO WINE TAST­ING IN PAR­ADISE

101 Things to Do (Maui) - - Romance & After Dark -

Imag­ine en­joy­ing the fresh air and peace­ful views of Up­coun­try Kula, a glass of wine in hand. For those with a taste for the ex­otic, MAUIWINE, HOME TO ‘ULUPALAKUA

VINE­YARDS, can turn this dream into re­al­ity.

Con­structed in 1874 for Hawai‘i's David Kalakaua and Queen Kapi‘olani Napela ka­puokaka‘e, King's Cottage now hosts MAUIWINE’S tast­ing room. MauiWine, an over 40-year-old win­ery for­merly known as TEDESCHI VINE­YARDS, spe­cial­izes in cus­tom­ized, in­ti­mate ex­pe­ri­ences and DECA­DENT IS­LAND

WINES made with . aloha MauiWine of­fers three wine col­lec­tions: Pineap­ple (a col­lec­tion made with 100-per­cent MauiGold pineap­ples, in­clud­ing Maui Blanc, Maui Splash and Hula o Maui), Rose Ranch (a blend that pays trib­ute to the desti­na­tion, in­clud­ing Mele, Le­hua and Loke­lani) and Ulupalakua Vine­yards (the win­ery's exclusive es­tate wines, in­clud­ing Syrah, Gre­nache, Mal­bec, Rose, Chenin Blanc and Viog­nier).

Con­structed in 1874 for Hawai‘i's David Kalakaua and Queen Kapi‘olani Napela ka­puokaka‘e, King's Cottage now hosts MauiWine's tast­ing room.

HALEAKALA’S RICH VOL­CANIC

SOIL trans­forms MauiWine bot­tles into vi­brant va­ri­etals avail­able nowhere else in the world. Its MAUI BLANC and MAUI

SPLASH pineap­ple wines are fruit­for­ward and fun, and the HULA

O MAUI sparkling wine is full of bub­bles and fruity fla­vor.

Tra­di­tional palates will ad­mire ULUPALAKUA VINE­YARD’S es­tate-grown rosé, Syrah and chenin-viog­nier blends as din­ner com­ple­ments or a sweet treat, pleas­ing (lo­cals) and kama‘aina visi­tors alike.

The ad­ven­tur­ous are wel­come to sam­ple ROSE RANCH WINE’S MELE or LOKE­LANI sparkling rosé. Sweets lovers also will de­light in LE­HUA, a sin­fully rich dessert wine that tastes of hand­picked rasp­ber­ries. COM­PLI­MEN­TARY TOURS AND TAST­INGS oc­cur daily in­side his­toric King's Cottage. Pri­vate tast­ings, tours and spe­cial events are also avail­able.

MauiWine is nes­tled along Pi‘ilani High­way. Call (808) 878-6058, or visit mauiwine.com to learn more.

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