Sustainably Farmed Sturgeon
All our caviar comes from sustainably farmed Sturgeon from our own 3rd generation fish farm and is CITES approved
The Acipenser Baerii sturgeon is famous for its flat long nose earning it the nickname 'longnose sturgeon'
Naturally found in the Northern rivers of Siberia, it is commonly referred to as the Siberian sturgeon.
It reaches maturity around 8-10 years old and then we are able to produce our Black Label Siberian Baerii Caviar
The Acipenser Gueldenstaedtii sturgeon has a short snout and distinctive protruding spine and patterns earning it the nickname 'diamond' sturgeon.
Naturally found in the Caspian & Black Seas and the rivers around those it is commonly referred to as the Russian Sturgeon.
It reaches maturity around 10-12 years old when we are able to produce our Pink Label Oscietra Caviar.
The Acipenser Transmontanus sturgeon has a paler colour and is commonly referred to as the white sturgeon (not to be confused with the Albino sturgeon below).
Naturally found in the Pacific basin from the Aleutian Islands, Alaska down to Baja, California this is the largest freshwater fish in the USA.
It reaches maturity around 12 years when we are able to produce our Green Label Caviar
ACIPENSER NACCARII X
This sturgeon is a hybrid by mating the Acipenser Naccarii sturgeon with the Acipenser Baerii sturgeon.
The Acipenser Naccarii is commonly found in the Adriatic sea and the rivers that flow into it from Greece, Italy and Albania.
This hybrid fish reaches maturity around 10 years old when we are able to produce our Aqua Label Caviar
ACIPENSER GUELDENSTAEDTII X ACIPENSER BAERII
This sturgeon is a hybrid by mating the Acipenser Gueldenstaedtii and Acipenser Baerii sturgeon.
A popular hybrid often referred to as a Guba sturgeon.
This hybrid fish reaches maturity around 8-10 years old when we are able to produce our Yellow Label Caviar.