Club Vivanova

Your international business networking and premium wine club in Central Europe
  • November 10th, 2009Bradley MittonEvents - Berlin

    Live Japanese Cuisine – Asian Speciality Dinner
    “New” Tataki Restaurant and Bar, Mark Hotel West Berlin
    Thursday 3rd December 2009, 19.30 until late

    Join us for a night of celebration at our Christmas networking party to be held at Tataki – a new, vibrant restaurant and bar in West Berlin. Designed by restaurateur Yossi Eliyahoo, we have booked the venue exclusively. The unique concept-restaurant offers excellent fresh seafood, mouth-watering ceviche and Japanese style tataki.

    Sparkling Wine and Tataki Specialities
    Our wonderful Taylor Ferguson Sparkling Brut will be served throughout the night to complement the cuisine, which will consist of speciality dishes served from the menu of the restaurant. Most of the dishes will be prepared at the front-of-house by the restaurant’s famed Executive Sushi Chef.

    Gourmet menu items will include fresh sushi and sashimi, a variety of unique maki-rolls, gourmet seafood, beef tataki specialities and wonderful fresh South-American ceviche.

    Tataki
    (Japanese: “pounded” or “hit into pieces”), also called tosami, is a manner of preparing fish or meat in Japanese cuisine. The meat or fish is seared very briefly over a hot flame or pan, marinated in vinegar, sliced thinly and seasoned with ginger.

    Ticket Booking
    Tickets will cost EUR 25 for Club Vivanova members (EUR 30 for guests and non-members). Attendance is limited so early reservations are highly recommended. Please register by replying to info@mittonwines.com.

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  • November 8th, 2009Bradley MittonEvents - Prague

    Event : Friday 27th November, 7.30pmuntitled1
    Concert Piano Recital with Gil Sullivan
    New Zealand Wine Launch – Sliding Hill, Marlborough
    The Ballroom, The Augustine Rocco Forte Collection Hotel

    Join us in Prague at The Augustine The Rocco Forte Collection Hotel on Friday 27th November for a gala dinner and launch of our newly-released Sliding Hill wines from Marlborough, New Zealand. We have exclusively reserved the ballroom for this event and a complementing four-course gourmet dinner will be served with the Sliding Hill wines.

    One of Australia’s leading concert pianists Gil Sullivan (www.gilsullivan.com.au) will be hosting a concert in Prague on the 26th November and he has agreed to stay over one more evening and perform at our gala dinner.

    Sliding Hill Wines
    The Sliding Hill wines are produced in the Marlborough region of New Zealand, an excellent micro-climate for the cultivation of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Join us, taste their distinctive regional flavours and experience the amazing quality of these specialised, boutique, hand-made wines.

    Four Course Gourmet Dinner Menu
    Aperitif with Amuse Bouche

    Treacle Cured Salmon with Pickled Cucumber
    Sliding Hill Sauvignon Blanc 2008

    Lemon Risotto with Sautéed Calamari
    Sliding Hill Chardonnay 2008

    Pork Cutlet with Pumpkin and Savoy Cabbage
    Sliding Hill Pinot Noir 2008

    Plum Cake with Crumble and Slivovice Vanilla Sauce

    Ticket Booking
    Tickets will cost CZK 1100 (EUR 43) per person; the price has been specially sponsored by the hotel. Attendance is limited so early reservations are highly recommended. Please register by replying to info@mittonwines.com

    The Event Location
    Conveniently located in Prague’s picturesque Malá Strana district, The Augustine, the quintessence of Prague’s history, character and beauty is close to the majestic Prague Castle, the Wallenstein Garden, the famous Charles Bridge and within easy reach of the city’s many colourful tourist attractions, making it an ideal choice for business and leisure travellers.

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  • November 6th, 2009Bradley MittonEvent photos and reviews

    The evening was a great success even though we were competing with U2 and Bono playing at the same time at the Brandenburg Gate.  The feedback was excellent; brilliantly made boutique wines from the very special Marlborough region of New Zealand. I’d like to thank everyone who attended and the hotel for their great service and support. Photographs are provided courtesy of http://www.fotoduese.com/.