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Chatham Hill Winery, Cary

(3.5/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Semi dry wines were good and loved blueberry pomegranate wine. Great indoor and outdoor seating. Fun little games to play.  more »
  • One of the perks of having a huge territory is sampling local wines all over the country. They're all different so you never really know what to expect. This one was small and quiet, and they offer dr...  more »
  • Our first visit to this winery was last Friday cocktail hour with some friends. All 4 of us enjoyed their wine flights of 4 red wines each. We all liked the Cabernet Franc best. If you prefer beer the...  more »
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  • Excellent experience great wine! I've to the 4 corners of the US and all through the middle this place is charming with a great staff. As far as the wine goes well I guess you'll just have to come and find out.
  • Delicious wine, friendly knowledgable staff and a fun atmosphere! If you're in the area you should really stop by and do a tasting - the wine will speak for itself! Cheers!
  • You Are Not Welcome At Chatham Hill Winery!!! I have to agree with the most recent reviews of Chatham Hill Winery. While the exterior of Chatham Hill Winery is not symbolic of a typical winery, it certainly matches the cold and annoyed feel you get when you walk into the establishment. First let me say if you dress in anything but ascots and loafers, you will enter Chatham Hill Winery, and be greeted with looks of disgust. Secondly, the lady will treat you like you know nothing about wine, and while I can say I know nothing about Chatham Hill Wines, I do know wine, and how people should be treated at a winery. Lastly the wine is great, but don't stay there, because they do not know how to treat people, and when you go there 3 hours before they close on a Saturday, the people who work at Chatham Hill Winery, will tell you sorry we are rude it's just the end of the day.
  • I've been to the wine tastings here and always have a great time. They have events with food trucks and local Meet Ups, the last time they had a local new brewery and a jazz band, a regular spot with friendly owners. They need to add more art on the walls to enjoy while sipping wine.
  • One of the best things about Chatham Hill is being able to enjoy wine made from NC viniferous grapes in an area that is dominated by muscadine and scuppernog. There are always fun and different events going on at the winery. I highly recommend the Chardonnay for your summer meals!