Chapel Hill Road,
Friday 11-10 pm
27 - WineAway
6 to 10 pm
Stop at the Winery to WineAway the work week.
Live music starting around 7. NO COVER CHARGE. Relax with friends with a glass of
wine or beer.
our selection of
international cheeses, salami, and crackers
your favorite wine. You
can also order food from a local restaurant and bring
Retreads, a Raleigh-Cary based acoustic guitar/vocals duo performing
fun rock, pop and country tunes from past to present. Weather permitting
they will play outside.
on display in our Art Gallery (see below), will be here from 6 to
8pm. Please come and enjoy meeting our local artist.
May 28 & 29 & 30 -
Stay-Cation? If so, hang around with us all weekend. We'll be tasting wine,
doing some touring of the winery, sampling wine from the tank and you can
even bring your lawn chair and relax in the 'vineyard' (for us that means
two rows of vines in the grass!) and chill.
PLEASE NOTE: We will not have BBQ Sandwiches this weekend
(as was earlier announced) BUT we always have wonderful international
cheeses, salami, and crackers. Please feel free to bring lunch and sit in
the 'vineyard' or on our deck and enjoy with a glass of wine, wine slushy,
or Fortnight Brew on tap. Explore the
diversity of Chatham Hill wines with our
Wine Bridge sampler,
half-glass pours of your choice.
WE ARE OPEN on Monday, Memorial Day
from 11 to 5 with winery tours at 12:30 and 3:30. We have a
special treat in store! In addition to the above, enjoy the
incredible food of
Geronimo Food Truck for traditional Filipino home style
We'll be firing up the Wine Slushy machine! So come by and have fun
Chatham Hill Art
Gallery - part of
Cary Art Loop
Wine, Birds and Still Life
Exhibit by Gail Snukst-Torbeck
Take a needed break from your hectic
schedule and stop by to view the exhibit anytime during the Winery’s open hours.
All art objects are for sale and marked as such.
Meet the Artist -
Gail will be available to chat
and answer questions on Friday May 27 from 6 to 8pm.
About the Artist
Snukst-Torbedk was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. After
finishing nursing school, she moved to Los Angeles, where she
worked as a private duty nurse for "the stars."
Her favorite patient was Groucho Marx.
Gail's professional accolades includes; developing & managing
the first nurse-run Tuberculosis Clinic in the city of Chicago,
developing one of the first HIV/AIDS treatment/education
programs in Chicago & developing the first nationally accredited
Diabetes Education Program at the Durham Veterans Administration
Medical Center in 1996 shortly after moving to North Carolina.
After retiring from a rewarding and successful career in nursing
in 2004, she turned her attention to the arts in 2010. She
continues to takes art classes at the Cary Senior Center. Gail
works primarily in oils and some acrylics, painting still
life's, portraits and birds.
Gail has been the featured artist at Chef's Palette in Cary,
Halle Cultural Art Center in Apex, and previously at Chatham
Hill Winery in Cary. She exhibits at galleries in Durham (Naomi
Studio & Gallery) and in Raleigh and in many different
establishments in Cary as part of the "Fine Arts League of
Cary". Her paintings are fun and lively and would go well in
Gail can be contacted directly at
We are grateful for your business...
many of you know, we relocated the Winery from the Gateway Center complex
closer to downtown Cary in July 2013. We are thrilled with our new digs
while at the same time the move has been a challenge to our business. We
realize that it will take time for folks to find us again. All this to say,
we are very grateful to those of you that have continued to support us with
your purchases. Speaking for all small, independent businesses, please shop
LOCAL as much as possible...it is critical for our survival.
Thank you and
we look forward to your visit. The Chatham
Hill Wine Gang.