VINTAGE wine, watches and wheels have been toasted with a splash of bubbly.
A wine tasting evening was held at the 17th century Corks Out crypt on Watergate Street, Chester, hosted by jewellers Walton’s of Chester.
The event celebrated traditional craftsmanship and all things vintage.
In addition to the latest International Watch Company (IWC) collection on display were priceless timepieces, exclusively brought to Chester for the occasion from the IWC museum in Schaffhausen.
Richard Hogben, general manager of Waltons of Chester, said: “The vintage evening brought together products that share unifying principles; devotion to detail, tradition and timeless style. The event also complemented our close relationship with IWC whose newest ambassador is footballer, Zinédine Zidane.
“Perhaps we could invite Zinédine to kick off Waltons of Chester’s centenary next year? That would prove to be a vintage year to remember.”
Guests enjoyed champagne and wine from Corks Out and a 1959 Jaguar XK 150 SE, restored by Cheshire Classic Cars, rolled the vintage theme onto the street. More than 50 people attended the invitation only event.