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WELCOME TO
CHÂTEAU BOUCHER!

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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:

CHÂTEAU BOUCHER®.

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.

Bon Appétit.

LATEST BLOG POSTS


hyprofrozen

The new IQF 2.0 is HyProFrozen

Enzo Sisto 27 mei 2020

HyperFrozen is the new fresh.
With a Professional touch it became
HyProFrozen™©®: frozen with 3 “PRE”:

We PREpare your fresh food in a professional frozen way.
We PREvent all degenerative processes.
We PREserve it from alteration and waste.

BBQ street

10 days ago the first BBQ STREET on 24 Kitchen TV

Enzo Sisto 22 mei 2020

BBQ has never been so easy. 

We are proud to be a partner of BBQ Street with our Original Beef Limousin.

https://bbqstreet.nl/partners 

 

 

 

Grill Masters BBQ Street

BBQ STREET

Enzo Sisto 1 mei 2020

BBQ Street can be seen daily from May 11th at 17.30 hrs at 24Kitchen. The episodes are 24 minutes. The Dutch veal they use is made by Van Drie Group and is durable, easily digestible and deliciously tender. The beef is the only Original Limousin© from the Limousin region in France, a favourite among French chefs and known for its delicate flavour formed by the rich soil and flora on which the cattle graze. 

CHÂTEAU ARNEAU-BOUCHER


History of Bordeaux wine

The history of Bordeaux wine spans almost 2000 years to Roman times when the first vineyards were planted. In the Middle Ages, the marriage of Henry Plantagenet and Eleanor of Aquitaine opened the Bordeaux region to the English market and eventually to the world's stage. The name Bordeaux derives from the French au bord de l'eau which means "along the waters"

and makes reference to the Gironde estuary and its tributaries, the Garonne and the Dordogne rivers which play a pivotal role in the history and success of this region...