Tasting notes of the Curator
Ingredient: Agneau de Sisteron, fresh meat from young lambs aged between 70 and 150 days.
Flavor Profile: Delicate, tender, and exceptionally flavorful, with a mild taste and firm, slightly pink fat.
Uniqueness: Sourced from the Sisteron area of Provence in France, where the lambs feed on milk and local fodder, providing a unique taste that cannot be replicated elsewhere.
Pairings and Suggestions
Grilled: For a true gourmet meal, try the tasty Sisteron lamb meat grilled, seasoned only with garlic and the famous Herbes de Provence mix of spices.
Roasted: Can also be enjoyed roasted or pan-seared, served with seasonal vegetables, potatoes, or a fresh salad.
Wine Pairing: Complement the dish with a medium-bodied red wine, such as a French Côtes du Rhône or a Pinot Noir.
A Family’s Passion for Excellence
The Boucheries Nivernaises have been providing high-quality meats since 1954. Now present on four continents, the Bissonnet family remains committed to quality, tradition, and innovation, supplying Parisian palaces, gastronomic and starred restaurants, and all lovers of fine meats. Their dedication to the craft ensures a delicious and exceptional product every time.
Store this product in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate upon arrival and consume within 2-3 days for optimal freshness.