Wild game meat
The wild game meat has specific organoleptic characteristics, which makes it different from the meat from domestic animals. It has dark red color which gets more intensive with the age of the animal. Its aroma is more intensive and the taste is stronger, although it varies depending on the breed.
Our products of big game hunt, mainly deer and wild boars, come from animals that were hunted in the forests of the Iberian peninsula. Their diet is based on a wide range of natural items, that come from our lands (very rich in nutrients due to the big diversity that it offers)
The meat is poor in fats but very rich in proteins.
Chilled wild game meat can be acquired only during the hunting season.
– Leg and forequarter cuts
– Leg cuts