Ossetra Caviar, from the acipenser gueldenstaedtiii, is characterized by iodized notes and marine flavors. Also called Osciètra, Ossetra Caviar is today one of the most emblematic caviars of French caviar production.
Ossetra Caviar comes from the acipenser gueldenstaedtii sturgeon.
It is produced at the Domaine in Neuvic with all the know-how and commitment to quality specific to Caviar de Neuvic.
This caviar is elegant and vibrant. Its grains, of medium size, quite firm with golden highlights, of good size, burst in the mouth and reveal delicate marine notes which recall the freshness and finesse of the oyster.
An emblematic Caviar
Its taste is both powerful and structured, which allows it to be appreciated by all palates, even the most experienced.
Oscietra Caviar comes from Acipenser Gueldenstaedtii
The Gueldenstaedtii sturgeon is a renowned species when it comes to caviar.
In the wild, the gueldenstaedtii sturgeon reaches 2 meters and can weigh up to 200 kilos.
In the world of breeding, he is over one meter tall and around 50 kilos. You have to wait 8 to 10 years to collect the first eggs from the females. For connoisseurs, this sturgeon is often cited as the most interesting.
Indeed, its eggs can present great nuances in terms of size, taste and color.