Growing Grapes in Hawaii

The Aloha State is not known for world-famous grape wines, but its high elevations of volcanic ridges and mountains make it possible to produce wine grapes. Currently, Hawaii has eight wineries and vineyards, mostly producing French-American hybrids Symphony, Carnelian, and Isabella. Recently, the Big Island’s Saddle Vineyards are experimenting with growing Vitis vinifera varieties and have successfully grown Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sauvignon Blanc. These are not for commercial use, however.

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