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, Fri. 11-10 pm, Sat. 11-6, Sun. 1-5, closed Monday.

Saturday 8am - JUST TOOK OFF

Our Bus Tour to the Vineyards just left Chatham Hill Winery.

What a group! Happy touring and tasting!

Friday, August 28 - WineAway Friday - 6 to 10. - Live music starting around 7. NO COVER CHARGE.  Wines are available for purchase by the glass or bottle. Evening SPECIALS:

Live Music -  Christy Benson with Tea Cup Gin, a North Carolina band crafting original musical cocktails under the influence of an eclectic blend of early 20th century genres including deco era jazz standards, tin pan alley classics, ragtime & delta blues, torch, chanson, cabaret, bossa, tango, & show tunes.

Wine Slushies - Fruity and refreshing, straight from our Chillie Willie.$5.

Wine & Beer 'Bridge' Sampler - Our popular "carry to your table" caddy. Four hefty pours of wine of your choice, or wine and beer, for only $12. We hand you your bridge and the tasting notes and off you go.

Local Brews - Fortnight Blonde Ale and Porter on tap. $5/pint.

Food - We have delicious cheeses, crackers and other munchies for sale, or you can order food from a local restaurant and bring it in or have it delivered.

Saturday & Sunday, August 29 & 30 - National Sponge Cake Day

Never will we miss an opportunity to celebrate a fun holiday and mix it up with wine…National Sponge Cake Day is August 23 and this weekend we will have a very special wine & food pairing. With every wine tasting this weekend, we will provide a sample (for your palate, not to fill your tummy) of Sponge Cake drizzled with one of our luscious Sweet Carolina Fruit Infused Wines. A delectable treat!

Sunday, August 30 - Wine & Whiskers Sunday

Every LAST Sunday of the month from 1 to 5 is our 'Wine & Whiskers' Sunday. Purchase cheese and crackers and wine (naturally!) and relax on the deck with your pooch. Be sure to pack up your leash & food (we'll supply water and treats.)

Did you know that Chatham Hill is now 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 our Instagram.

Here is Tanner with a bottle of Cab Franc. Our winery dog's name is Yogi.


Chatham Hill Art Gallery - part of Cary Art Loop

Space Routes - An art exhibit by Kathleen Dentinger.

August 1 to August 30, 2015

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.

About The Artist

Kathleen has a BS and MS degree from the State University College at Buffalo. She taught science in the Kenmore -Town of Tonawanda School System for 33 years. She has retired to the beach and now paints full time. She is a member of the Carolina Artists Studio Gallery in Morehead City. 

From The Artist

Comets, nebula, and exploding galaxies are the focus of my art work premiering August 1 through August 30 at the Chatham Hill Winery.

Star Trek was a defining moment in my life. Ever since then I have read science fiction and dreamed of space travel. Unable to reach the stars I have begun my "space routes" series of paintings. The paintings are acrylic with additives such as sand, glass and other material added for dimension. I did not want to produce a series of dark matter pictures. Color is important in my work. Bright colors and exciting images with texture are
at the forefront of my work.

Enjoy the show and dream of the future as I do.


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