8245 Chapel Hill Road, Cary, NC 27513      919.380.7135

    Monday Memorial Day 11-5,  Tuesday-Thursday 11-5

    Friday 11-10 (wine tasting till 6 pm)

    Saturday 11-7, Sunday 1-5


Check what else is coming in October.

October 20 - WineAway Friday - Stop at the Winery to WineAway the workweek. Enjoy an evening of Live Music starring Jazz Collective beginning around 7. NO COVER CHARGE.  Relax with friends with a glass of wine or beer.  Try our Wine Slushy, fruity and refreshing.  Explore the diversity of Chatham Hill wines with a Wine Bridge sampler with four pours of your choice. Not in mood for wine, try local craft beer on tap. Hungry? Enjoy our wonderful international cheeses, salami, and crackers, or bring your own dish from a local restaurant.

October 21-22 Wine & Bacon? Wine not? - Bacon is all the rage these days, so why not pair with wine. Sat & Sun with all our wine tastings you will be offered a sample of candied bacon with two wines. Your job is which wine do you think goes best with the bacon? Thrill your taste buds and check your triglycerides at the door!


Chatham Hill is a Pooch Friendly Winery.

We have a dog friendly patio. Come hang out with your furry friend. Take a picture of your dog at our winery and post it on the winery Instagram (www.instagram.com/chathamhillwinery)

Chatham Hill Art Gallery - part of Cary Art Loop

We are pleased to welcome back Kathryn Launey with her new exhibit "The Fabric of Nature." 

All paintings are available for viewing and sale from October 1 to 31.

Artist Statement: My lifelong joy in creating art is a conversation. Although I usually begin with an idea, a plan, or a theme, the artistic process evolves. Each stage of a painting or drawing evokes the next application of media. This free association between me and the art I am creating results in works that are both reflective and spontaneous.

Currently, I rely on religious inspiration. To be open to this type of creative process, my art is almost always a mixture of media, often colored pencil over acrylic and gesso. Microscopic photography is among the resources I use to inform my art.

The reflective nature of my approach ties my art closely to my interests and beliefs. For example, my Christian faith is represented by observation of God in all creation. An atom, a coral reef, and a nebula appear similar to me. The longer I work as an artist, the more the experience delights me. The completion of each artistic conversation is to share this joy with others."


8245 Chapel Hill Road, Cary, NC 27513             919.380.7135