' Blog - Chatham Vineyards on Church Creek



March 17, 2023

Join us for our final Winter Wine & Oyster Weekend at Chatham Vineyards on Church Creek on March 18-19, when we pair a half dozen Seaside and Bayside Eastern Shore oysters (three of each) with a glass of Chatham wine, all for $16.



March 9, 2023

It’s so simple.


To best understand Chatham Vineyards at Church Creek, taste its Steel Chardonnay.



March 8, 2023

“Is Janice working today?”


If you’re at Chatham Vineyards, the answer is often yes, Janice Korleski is in the tasting room eager to welcome you back or greet first timers ready to soak up a unique experience on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.



March 1, 2023

Everything is made from scratch at The Bakery on Mason in Cape Charles, whether by the hands of Louise Orlando or those of her husband, Andrew.


February 22, 2023

The slow, subtle journey to Chatham Vineyards at Church Creek started some 220 miles away, 55 years ago on a family farm in Great Falls, Virginia.



February 17, 2023

Joan Wehner wouldn’t miss what’s become the signature musical event at Chatham Vineyards on Church Creek.


February 8, 2023

José Macias started as a vineyard worker at Chatham 23 years ago. Today he manages the vineyard and lives in a house on the property.


Chatham vintner Jon Wehner refers to José as “a great part of our family really. One of the best things about Chatham is we’ve had the same people since the beginning. The important thing José brings to the table is consistency.”


February 1, 2023

It’s magical to visit Virginia’s Eastern Shore during the winter months.



February 1, 2023

While the winter months are a wonderful time to visit Chatham Vineyards on Church Creek and explore all there is to love on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, you can find Chatham wines throughout the Commonwealth and the region at the locations below. We also ship wine via FedEx to Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Alaska, Florida, Minnesota and New York.



January 24, 2023

Harrison and Joan Wehner shared an affinity for fixing up historic properties, something their three sons didn’t necessarily love as youngsters.


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