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Wine Clubs That Ship To Hawaii

Do you want to ship wine to Hawaii? Looking for a wine club that ships to Hawaii? We found some great wine clubs that ship to Hawaii and have listed them below.

Beginning in 2007, direct shipping to Hawaii is permitted as long as wineries have registered with the Hawaii Department of Taxation and received a Direct Wine Shipper’s Permit from the local island commission. Shipments may not exceed 6 nine-liter cases per household each calendar year.  As you may expect, there may be additional shipping charges when sending wine to Hawaii, as opposed to states in the mainland, but at least you can get wine some clubs to deliver to Hawaii!  Here are our top wine clubs that ship to Hawaii:

The Best Wine Clubs that Ship to Hawaii

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Vinesse Wine Club Review

Vinesse Wine Club

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Vinesse offers wine by the bottle or case, and also offers an excellent "Monthly wine club" at an exceptional value. ...Read more

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2 The California Wine Club – Premier Club Review

The California Wine Club – Premier Club

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We reviewed this club many times over, and have enjoyed every delivery.  In this review post, we'll share our unboxing ...Read more

3 Vinesse Sparkling Wine Club Review

Vinesse Sparkling Wine Club

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Sparkling wines from the Old World (including France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal) as well as the New World (California ...Read more

4 The California Wine Club – Aged Cabernet Club Review

The California Wine Club – Aged Cabernet Club

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The name pretty much says it, doesn't it?  The "Aged Cabernet Series" by the CAWineClub gives you exactly what its name ...Read more


Even though not very much is known about Hawaii’s earliest wine production, it is reported that Don Francisco de Paula y Marin, the man who also introduced pineapples and coffee to the region, planted the first grapevines as early as 1815. While the state primarily produces wine from tropical fruits, the Hawaii wine industry is a great reminder to never underestimate the persistence of vintners who will find a way to grow grapes regardless of challenging conditions. Luckily for the state’s winemakers, Hawaii is home to the Symphony grape, a cross between Muscat and Grenache Gris varieties that can be used to make an off-dry and fruity white wine. Even though the tropical climate of Hawaii is not particularly well-suited to wine growing, Symphony grapes are grown with success in higher elevations around the state’s volcanic mountains, where temperatures are cooler and less humid than coastal regions.

More great wine clubs that ship to Hawaii

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5 The California Wine Club – International Series Review

The California Wine Club – International Series

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Although you would expect all wines that come from the California Wine Club to be from California, the International ...Read more

6 The California Wine Club – Pacific Northwest Review

The California Wine Club – Pacific Northwest

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The California Wine Club long ago expanded beyond offering just California wines. They have taken their hands-on ...Read more

7 Vinesse Light & Sweet Wine Club Review

Vinesse Light & Sweet Wine Club

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One of the best clubs available for sweet wine lovers, the Light & Sweet Wine Club from Vinesse features white ...Read more

8 The California Wine Club – Signature Series Club Review

The California Wine Club – Signature Series Club

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The Signature Series from The California Wine Club is one of their top clubs, featuring award-winning, 90+ point rated ...Read more

9 TheCalifornia Wine Club – Simply Red Club Review

TheCalifornia Wine Club – Simply Red Club

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I am not only "partial" to Red Wine -- I LOVE Red Wine. And, I strongly prefer red wine over white wine. (Actually, I ...Read more

10 Plonk Wine Club Review

Plonk Wine Club

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Plonk is impressive!  Particularly if you want to explore new wines, try new varietals and be exposed to unique wines ...Read more

11 Is American Cellars Wine Club a Scam?

Is American Cellars Wine Club a Scam?

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We've been getting a lot of questions lately about American Cellars Wine Club and whether it is a scam. We have now ...Read more

12 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Classic Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Classic Series

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The Classic Series from The Original Wine of The Month Club (R) is the club that started it all. Quick Summary ...Read more

13 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Vintners Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Vintners Series

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The Vintner Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to step up to a broader opportunities of delicious ...Read more

14 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  California Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: California Series

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The California Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to get amazing California-only Wines. Your only ...Read more

15 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Cellar Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Cellar Series

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The Cellar Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to get amazing values in wine to stock up your cellar ...Read more

16 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Limited Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Limited Series

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The Limited Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to get amazing hard to find, delicious wines. Quick ...Read more

17 Gold Medal Wine Club – Gold Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Gold Club

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This "Gold Medal Series" from Gold Medal Wine Club, is their most popular "acclaim-driven" wine of the month club. ...Read more

18 Gold Medal Wine Club – Pinot Noir Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Pinot Noir Club

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Pinor Noir lovers will appreciate the Pinot Noir Series from Gold Medal Wine Club. The club includes 2 bottles shipped ...Read more

19 Gold Medal Wine Club – Garagiste Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Garagiste Club

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Heck yeah! This wine of the month club from Gold Medal Wine Clubs is a rock star. Out of all of the different Wine ...Read more

20 Gold Medal Wine Club – Platinum Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Platinum Club

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This Platinum wine of the month club from Gold Medal Wine Clubs really shines!  (Sorry for the dorky opener.) 🙂 ...Read more

21 Gold Medal Wine Club – Diamond Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Diamond Club

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Now this wine of the month club from Gold Medal Wine Clubs is insanely good. Out of all of the different Wine of the ...Read more


Hawaii is currently home to three commercial wineries. O’ahu’s Diamond Head Winery is a small-batch winery that is not commercial in a conventional sense, as its wine production is determined by custom orders.

Located at an elevation of 2,000 feet, Tedeschi Vineyards has been in operation since 1974. It is currently situated on the slopes of Haleakala, a dormant volcano on the eastern part of Maui. After vines were first planted in 1974, vintners experimented with pineapple wine while waiting for the vines to mature, and the product turned out to be incredibly popular. While Tedeschi Vineyards continued to make pineapple wine, the first grape harvest resulted in a successful first grape wine: Maui Brut Sparkling. Today, their annual production includes sparkling, pineapple, grape, and raspberry dessert wine.

The state’s other major wine producer is Volcano Winery, located at an elevation of 4,000 feet on the Big Island’s active volcano Kilauea. Ever since this winery opened in 1896, it has been home to creative experimentation, combining grape blends with exotic fruits such as star fruit, passion fruit, and papaya. The winery also has released a honey wine, and in 2006, the winery developed a Tea-infused wine, using their signature Macadamia Nut Honey wine and black teas.

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