Sturia was set up near Bordeaux 20 years ago and has pioneered sturgeon farming in France. It produces around 12 tonnes of caviar a year, which is sold all over the world.
Sturia caviar is lightly salted, which releases all of its long hazelnut flavors on your palate.
A tin of caviar on a bed of ice is all you need – Sturia caviar can be eaten on its own. You'll love caviar’s roll-in-the-mouth eggs when you taste it in small spoonfuls.
Used in cuisine, caviar really enhances your dishes with the subtle iodine hints that have made its name with the greatest chefs.