Whole Duck Foie Gras with Sauternes, a perfect combination of two of the finest French produce.
Sarrade draws its inspiration from its love for the best products of South west France, bursting with quality, authenticity and innovation. This is why, during the wine harvest, Sarrade is proud to offer you a new recipe that combines two of the jewels of French produce.
A recipe that will melt the finest palates
This premium, indulgent and captivating recipe is the result of combining Whole Foie Gras and Sauternes. Known worldwide for its refinement and complexity, this sweet wine complements Foie Gras with an intense and sweet taste. Its association with Madagascan pepper, which introduces finely scented and gently spicy tones, enhances the taste of the Foie Gras. This combination of unique flavours gives Foie Gras a taste that is both sweet and powerful and creates a subtle marbled physical appearance.
A size adapted to professional caterers
Its size was designed with catering professionals in mind. Indeed, its trapezoid-shaped tray is reminiscent of home made terrines. In addition, weighing 500g means that 12-14 portions can be served with a controlled portion cost. It is easy to remove Foie Gras with Sauternes from the tray and it is even easier to slice it making it extremely practical.
Guaranteed 100% origin France
A historical reference and passionate about Foie Gras, Sarrade makes a point of offering exclusively exceptional French produce. Therefore it seems necessary that we offer you only the best French ducks: our ducks are born, raised, slaughtered and processed in France.
Thus, Whole Duck Foie Gras with Sauternes is 100% French, prepared with one of the finest and most symbolic wines from our region, cooked to promote French cuisine in both French and international restaurants.
A little something extra from the chef, Philippe Garret
A perfect combination of authenticity and originality. The reduction of the high-quality Nectar provides the structure and framework of this terrine. A hint of Madagascan pepper introduces an unusual tone. Serve on toasted seeded bread. Toasted seeds, Sauternes with notes of honey and a hint of exoticism will go perfectly with this Grand Cru terrine.