Michael Jordan will be lead sommelier for the sixth consecutive year at the Kapalua Wine and Food Festival.
Join us as we explore a distinctive selection of artisan wines created by producers working with small, single-vineyard locations. These vineyards yield wines that are complex, concentrated, flavorful and in harmony with the terroir in which they were grown.
Compare and contrast the deliciously different wines of Grgich Hills Estate, Liquid Farm, Talley Vineyards, Failla Wines, ZD Wines, Lail Vineyards and Dolce. Advanced Sommelier Charles Fredy promises a selection that will make this a night to remember!
Come join us on a virtual wine tour of Italy’s Piedmont, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany, and the Marche. Participating wineries Marchesi di Gresy, Inama, Vignalta, Cleto Chiarli, Casanova di Neri, Selvapiana and Garofoli will help us fashion this rare opportunity to explore fine wines from across Italy.
Robert Sinskey Vineyards pursues purity from soil to bottle, crafting inimitable wines that capture the unique relationship of vine and vineyard. Robert farms all two hundred of his Napa Valley vineyards organically and biodynamically, growing beautifully expressive, healthy fruit. The result is beautifully elegant and soulful wines that enhance rather than encumber cuisine.
The Hawaiʻi Food & Wine Festival will be celebrating good taste throughout the weekend—from a food-infused golf tournament to intimate wine dinners to an epicurean smorgasbord featuring thirteen chefs.
Chef Tom Lelli and the students of Maui Culinary Academy are creating a feast in five courses beginning with light hors d’oeuvres passed, followed by an elegant dinner paired with exceptional wines.
Join us for a rare opportunity to savor distinctive artisan wines from Kistler Vineyards, presented by Master of Wine Geoff Labitzke.
The next ʻAipono wine dinner will be hosted by Nick's Fishmarket and the theme for the evening will be Paul Hobbs wines.
What happens when you combine the passion of Spanish wines with Wolfgang Puck’s Four Diamond, Four Star Spago Maui? An exceptional ‘Aipono Wine Dinner.
The longest running food and wine event in the USA!
Who better than a native Italian, Chef Michele Di Bari, to create a pairing menu that features classic recipes of the region? Di Bari acquired his passion for food in his mother's kitchen, and believes that home-style cooking is the only true standard of authentic Italian cuisine.
Advanced Sommelier Charles Fredy presents wines from the Jorge Ordoñez portfolio, paired with a special menu by Executive Chef Cameron Lewark.
A blind wine tasting is an engaging way to share these pleasures with friends, without intimidating those who don’t know much about wine.
Come indulge your passion for food and wine at this lovely mingling of Oregon wines perfectly paired with Ko’s Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine.
How do you pick a wine to bring to a party?
Chef Tom Lelli and the students of Maui Culinary Academy are creating a Spanish feast in five courses to accompany this exploration of the wines of Spain.
Andaz Maui Executive Chef Isaac Bancaco teams with Ka‘ana Kitchen Chef de Cuisine Ritchard Cariaga for a delicious culinary collaboration.
Join us at our next ʻAipono wine dinner on Saturday, June 27.
When people ask me to name my favorite wines, I always struggle. I taste wine for a living, so you would think it would be easy. It's not.
This celebration will convene the finest in food and wine and embrace the fabulous culinary bounty on Maui and at the world-renowned Kapalua Resort.
Many winemakers say that biodynamic practices increase the land’s ability to express its unique flavors and components in the wine — enhancing its terroir. The result is a wine that speaks of its place, that has its own distinctive signature.
Ever wonder why certain wines are so expensive, others so cheap? The better question might be, does the wine's quality justify its price?
Champagne is the epitome of sparkling wines, which is why we often reserve it for special occasions. Choosing one begins with understanding how sparkling wines are made.
Exposure to oxygen is what ruins wine. Most reds begin to deteriorate within a day of being opened. So how do you save that bottle of red?
Moschofilero, Assyrtiko, Albarino and Vermentino are four wines you may not have heard of, but they're worthy choices for summer.
Charles Fredy discusses some of the subtle elements that create great food-and-wine pairings, which you can experience at the Kapalua Wine and Food Festival in June.