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Are you a public park?
MauiWine and its grounds are open to the public for the exclusive use of its tasting room, any other activity on property must be approved and reserved in advance, all commercial operators must have reservations for their guests prior to arrival.
Please be respectful of winery grounds and comply with all property rules: no outside food and beverage, no animals, no smoking, no bicycles.
There are several public parks nearby: Sun Yat Sen, Keokea, Rice.
Is there a shorter route to the winery?
From Central Maui, take Hana Highway (Route 36) to Haleakala Highway (Route 37). Heading up the mountain, stay on Hwy 37 all the way to the little community of Keokea. Pass Grandma’s Coffee House on the right, and continue on the narrow road 6 miles to Ulupalakua. MauiWine is just past the ranch headquarters and the Ulupalakua Ranch Store.
Coming from the Hana side of the island, we are located on the “back road” from the town of Hana, which takes approximately two hours. Parts of this road (coming from Hana) are unpaved and narrow, but be assured, they are completely passable.
Can we ship wine ourselves?
Only licensed wholesale/distributors or manufacturers can ship alcohol.
Please check “Find Our Wines” under our Wine section for a list of states where we are licensed to ship directly to consumers.
You can also safely transport your wines home with you as checked luggage. Our King’s Cottage tasting room offers airline-approved insulated packaging available in three, six, and twelve bottle boxes.
Are children allowed? Can they accompany us on the tour?
Are pets allowed on the grounds?
Do we need reservations for a tour or wine tasting?
Reservations are not required for groups of less than 10 people. Tours will be announced in the King’s Cottage tasting room and begin in the History room. If you arrive a little late and see the tour in progress, feel free to join in.
We offer wine tastings all day long between 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. daily. Don’t forget your ID – we are required by law to verify that you are at least 21 years of age.
Do we have to take the tour?
Is there a restaurant?
Does MauiWine host wedding ceremonies, receptions, or allow wedding photos?
Currently, we do not have the infrastructure or staffing to offer you what you would deserve to have on your special day. If you are looking for an Upcountry wedding, you might contact Alii Kula Lavender Farm (www.aklmaui.com).
Does MauiWine offer private tours and tasting?
What is the elevation of the winery?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any other questions!