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 11-10 pm, Saturday 11-6, Sunday 1-5, closed Monday.

WineAway Fridays - Evenings of live music, wine and celebration of life and friendship. Every Friday 6 to 10 pm.

    Friday, February 27


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

Warm Mulled Wine (aka Glühwein) - Beat the cold with our slightly sweetened and spiced Red Wine delight. $5.

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

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

Live Music -  Mark Crawford Williams and Drew Lile - Nashville recording artists playing original and popular songs.

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.

Chatham Hill Art Gallery - part of Cary Art Loop

Abstracts at Large - Exhibit by Donald L. Hamilton, an acrylic and watercolor artist living and creating in Cary, NC.

January 28 to February 26, 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. 

Art in My Life, a note from Don Hamilton

"I had been encouraged to draw from early grades and into high school. A 45 year airline career in airport operations, management and sales, plus relocations around the country did not leave much time for art. After retiring in 2000, I received some paint and brushes from my oldest daughter, and the art journey began. Cary has been an art incubator and I have had some solo exhibits, sold paintings and currently teach classes in Cary.

Art has become a very important part of my life. Hope you enjoy my paintings."

More about the artist.


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