Stunning Partridge Jewellers Queenstown launch at Peregrine Wines

PARTRIDGE JEWELLERS QUEENSTOWN LAUNCH

High end New Zealand jewellery retailer Partridge Jewellers recently opened a new store in Queenstown and decided to hold the Partridge Jewellers Queenstown launch at Peregrine Wines.  Peregrine Wines was simultaneously launching their 2009 Karearea Pinot Noir so the timing and the location were perfect.  These two brands are both prestigious companies who do everything with a great deal of style.  Needless to say, I was flattered to be asked to photograph their co-launch.

PEREGRINE WINES – A STUNNING QUEENSTOWN VENUE FOR ANY EVENT

A FALCON SWOOPING AMONG THE VINES

Peregrine in my opinion is a fantastic venue for any event.  The swooping Karearea’s/falcons wing of the winery roof is truly eye-catching.  Particularly so amongst the vines and the rugged mountains of Gibbston Valley.  The cellar door and wine-cellar (the location of the co-launch) are just as beautiful.  The wine cellar is dimly but beautifully lit, with long symmetrical rows of wine barrels lit by candle-light, and striking but simple concrete architecture.  The cellar door with it’s back-lit wine-wall, comfortable leather couch and fine art on the walls is likewise a photographer’s dream. – soft light, with beautiful structure and moodily-lit colour.  It didn’t hurt that we were given the opportunity to taste a rare and truly stunning wine either!

ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD – BUT IT’S PROBABLY DIAMONDS!

To top it off, Partridge Jewellers were showcasing some stunning Rolex watches and other gorgeous jewellery and the glittering goodies couldn’t have been displayed in a better situation.  They really sparkled and shone in the moodily lit Peregrine wine cellar.

Anyway, enough words from me – I can’t really do the event justice with words anyway.  I have attached below a handful of photos from the Partridge Jewellers Queenstown launch I thought I would share.  I hope you enjoy them.

Patrick

P.S. To view other functions and events I have photographed at Peregine Wines, click here.