The Freed Estate Winery tasting room is located only a few feet from the vineyards where the Freed’s have been growing grapes since 2000. We invite you to join us in our tasting room and try our award winning wines!
March – November: Open 12:00 – 5:00PM, Thursday to Sunday.
December – March: Open by appointment. Please call us at 808-551-9998 to schedule your tasting, we’d love to open our doors for you!
You can purchase wine for pick up or to be shipped by visiting our online store located here. You can also call 808-551-9998 to place a phone order and make arrangements for pickup. Mahalo!
Gifts & Local Art
Freed Estate Winery is proud to work with local artists by displaying their artwork throughout the space in the tasting room. All artwork is available for purchase. Anyone interested in displaying artwork may call Pam Freed directly at (808) 351-0368 or email her.
Currently on display in the tasting room are water color and oil paintings by Vinita Pappas, wood sculptures by Dennis Ruley, ceramics by Suzi Helmuth, glass jewelry and sculptures by Millie Wilson, and wire sculpture by David Sandberg. You’ll also find handmade creations by Robert C Mounts, Deven E Shoop, Maryal Maddux and more!
Aloha Wine Club
We created the Freed Estate Winery Aloha Wine Club as a thank you to our most loyal fans — as a way of keeping in touch with our best customers — and we would like to invite you to become a member!
In September we host our very own Annual Laua! We have live music by Inoke, hula by our local halau, delicious food by Rolling Thunder BBQ and of course lots of great Freed Estate Wine! Follow our Facebook page for event details.
- Wine tasting
- Live music featuring island style tunes and dancing
- Live hula and Polynesian dance performance
- Hawaiian style plate lunch available for purchase
- Wine & Art raffle benefitting local non-profit
- Family friendly event
For questions or to RSVP, please contact Crissy at email@example.com, or call 541-236-4993.
Follow our Facebook page for information about where we will be pouring at the next wine walk any where from Oakland to Myrtle Creek.