Who We Are:

  • An Urban Winery - Wines made on site. Wine tasting and winery tours. Wine education.

  • A Wine Store - Sales of wines, accessories and gifts.

  • A Wine Bar - Offering wine by the glass, local brews, cheeses, and other food to order.

  • A Unique Corporate and Private Event Venue - Client/Employee appreciation parties, wine education classes, team building, birthday/anniversary parties, showers and rehearsal dinners.

Location:  8245 Chapel Hill Road, Cary, North Carolina - 919.380.7135

Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 11-5, Friday-Saturday 11-6, Sunday 1-5, closed Monday.

It is only "a few days" till Christmas! Book your best ever holiday party at Chatham Hill Winery & Event Venue. Contact Jill now before spaces fill up: jill@chathamhillwine.com

Please NOTE: There will be NO WINEAWAY FRIDAY on October 3rd. We will be closed for a Private Event this evening and will not have our usual WineAway Friday. We will resume the following Friday, October 10th. Thank you.

Friday, September 26

WineAway Friday - After a long & hectic week, relax and WineAway at Chatham Hill Winery.  We stay open till 10pm with music starting around 7. NO COVER CHARGE.  Wines will be available for purchase by the glass or bottle. Here are our evening SPECIALS:

Wine Slushies - Refreshing delights straight from our Chillie Willie ($5/glass).

Local Brews - The best of Fortnight: Blonde Ale and X-pat IPA on tap ($5/pint).

Evening Wine Tasting with Steve Simmons, our Sommelier ($5 pp).

Wine & Beer 'Bridge' Sampler in our new "carry to your table" caddy. Choose four from a selection of all wine or wine and beer. We'll provide you with the tasting notes and off you'll go.

Music: Blue Heron is a blues, rock and jazz based jam band from Fayetteville, NC. The members are Slick and Kathy Tyler. Slick plays the drums, bass and occasional background synths and guitars. Kathy plays keyboard.
The band formed a little over 2 years ago and both were formerly members of Blues Enigma Band. They play many original songs written by Slick Tyler. Their style is a mix of blues, jazz, classic rock and country. Cover songs are from artists such as Grateful Dead, Jimmy Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn.
Tommy (Slick) Tyler was an infantry soldier with the Marines in Beirut and Grenada, then with the 82nd Airborne Division in Panama and Desert Storm.

Kathy is a Registered Nurse and works at the wound care center in Fayetteville. She enjoys teaching music in her spare time as well as playing keyboard for other civic organizations.

Food:   No food truck this Friday. We will have Charcuterie & Cheese Plates for sale to munch on. You can also order food from a local restaurant and bring it in.

Saturday, September 27 - Hooping and Jamming!! Starting at 5:00 and we will remain open until 9:00 - Grab a friend and come for a memorable evening of Hooping and Jamming. You’ll be surprised with how much fun you’ll have swinging your hips, especially after a few sips of your favorite glass. The event will be led by Cary-area expert, Certified Hoop Instructor, and Custom Hoop Designer Sandy Tippens. Sandy is our Wine Club member and will show us (or remind us!) how to Hula Hoop. Hula before wine and then after to see if there is any improvement. Prizes given! We hope you can join us, and remember to hoop for a happier, healthier life!

Chatham Hill Art Gallery - part of Cary Art Loop

Landscape into Art - exhibit by Suzanne McDermott

September 21 to October 26, 2014

Artist Reception - Friday, September 26, 6-8pm - Public invited.

Suzanne McDermott, a local artist currently on display in our Gallery brings to us a collection of her inspiring paintings. 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  Artist's statement.


We are grateful for your business...

BuyLocal 4As 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