Perfection has its source in pristine nature
Crystal clear waters, wild, unspoiled nature, the rhythm of life determined by nature cycles. We believe that the quality of our caviar depends directly on the welfare of our sturgeons.
Our three fish farms are located in the idyllic landscape of Warmia, Kujawy and Greater Poland. Hidden from civilization among meadows, forests and post-glacial moraines. In areas covered by the Natura 2000 program. In the immediate vicinity of nature reserves. Away from cities and people.
This is where our sturgeons live – our pride, the object of our efforts and concerns.
We breed them in clean waters from nearby rivers. They live in harmony with the rhythm of the seasons and develop at their own pace. We neither artificially stimulate their growth nor accelerate anything.
We hand-feed them with the highest quality food. With every detail we recreate the environments in which sturgeons naturally live and thanks to the fact that we have three different facilities we are able to provide our sturgeons with exactly the conditions they need at a given stage of their lives.
Exceptional attention to every detail, even the smallest one, is reflected in the quality of the caviar. Its pearls are firm, elastic, shapely and shiny, and the texture is smooth and velvety. The taste is clear and distinct.
This impeccable taste is due to the pure, deep artesian waters. Our sturgeons swim in them at the last stage of breeding. Thanks to the constant temperature of these waters, we can produce caviar almost continuously throughout the year, and our customers can enjoy its taste at any season.
Perfection in every species
We breed two species of sturgeon: Acipenser gueldenstaedtii, from which our legendary Oscietra is produced, and Acipenser baerii, from which we obtain our unique Siberian.
Each fish is under our constant care, and each breeding parameter is monitored 24 hours a day. From the composition and quantity of food, through air and water temperature, to detailed microbiological, biochemical and physicochemical analyses of the entire ecosystem.
Comes from sturgeon of the species Acipenser baerii (Siberian sturgeon). Known for its distinctive, complex flavour and a long and strong finish.
Comes from sturgeon of the species Acipenser gueldenstaedtii (Russian sturgeon). It is distinguished by a slightly nutty flavour and a mild, buttery finish.