Chatham Hill Winery is located in Cary, North Carolina and has been open since 1999. This is one of the earliest fine wineries to open in North Carolina. Marek Wojciechowski is the co-owner and is a winemaker and has been making some quality wines. The winery uses the Yadkin Valley grapes and they were the first Urban Winery to open in North Carolina.
The wine is made with traditional methods and new methods using modern technology. The wines are of high quality and tasty. The secret to great wine is using great fruit. There is a minimalist approach taken to winemaking to allow the flavors of the fruit to infuse the wine.
The town of Cary may not be overly populated. In this town, a person can go to the winery and relax. There is beautiful scenery complete with tasting rooms and indoor and outdoor gathering places. There are some special events hosted by the winery. On Fridays, there is the Wine Away where the winery opens until 10 pm. There are card games and even classic board games to play with friends. The outdoor patio is dog-friendly. A person can bring their food to enjoy with their wine and there is a live band for entertainment. The winery does not charge a cover fee so the extra money can be used to buy some wine to take home. This winery employs around a dozen people.
The Chatham Hill Winery is a great place to get together with friends. They offer tours and wine tasting. During the fall months, the weather is great and there are plenty of outdoor places to relax with a good bottle of wine. A person can visit # Drink Local and see the latest happenings at the winery. A person can have a big city winery experience close to home.