LA VIANDE ET SON VIN
An enjoyable unforgettable French experience.
A tasty and beautiful piece of beef accompanied by a fine superior Bordeaux wine. Everything in one name:
Our beef is also avalaible in:
Pure Limousin semi-wild breeding with certification all life 100% antibiotic free;
Pure Limousin with the Dutch Animal Welfare BLK ** & *** certification;
And next... last but not least: heifers crossed Blanc Bleu, raised after weaning withoud antibiotics, feeded only with OGM free and enriched in omega 3 food.
People who would like to experience a unique moment, by adding food to culture and tradition, should taste the qualities of our meat and wine.
We select the most prestigious French meat, where tradition demands the products to be of supreme quality.
We have chosen to specialize in Limousine meat.
In France we selected the best products widely known for their excellent performance regarding these races...
Hugo Desnoyer : the butcher of the stars (chefs) says in 2013 : "...terroirs for meat? Yes of course. If you are a winemaker, you will not go cabernet in Alsace! Seriously, if you take for example a limousine in raw pure race, as the chabanaise confonlentaise or she will not be at all the same if you raise in Normandy...
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