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Cullen Support In Japan

Cullen Support In Japan

AsparagusThe incredible Bohemian Nishiazabu Restaurant in Tokyo was the scene for a night of incredible food and Cullen Wine, aimed at raising funds for the Kumamoto Charity Camp.

A small but diverse group of diners including entrepreneurs, authors, fashion designers and other invited guests gathered on the evening to enjoy a number of ‘work of art’ dishes.  The Chef meticulously prepared dishes featuring seasonal local produce, including such delights as raw Hokkaido asparagus with black truffles and Charcoal roasted Wagyu beef with three cheeses.

Bohemian Nishiazabu is an exclusive restaurant that takes bookings by referral only, and keeps its address a secret. They pride themselves on offering ‘the best of the best’ and keep the atmosphere comfortable and intimate by restricting their guest list to friends of friends and family only.

BohemianCullen Wines were delighted to be asked to donate wines for this highly successful event which raised important funds for the Japanese disaster relief efforts. The meal featured courses paired with the 2014 Cullen Vineyard Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2014 Kevin John, 2013 Mangan East Block and the 2014 Diana Madeline.

Pictures courtesy of guest Hibiki Ito.