Bresaola Black Angus


Bresaola Rigamonti Black Angus is a specialty produced with the finest meat obtained from one of the oldest and finest cows of Scottish origin. Unique in its genre, and the fruit of a brilliant intuition of Rigamonti, it is ideal for true connoisseurs and refined palates. With a tender consistency it has an unmistakable taste and sweetness thanks to the marbling that distinguishes it.

Bresaola Black Angus


Bresaola Rigamonti Black Angus is a specialty produced with the finest meat obtained from one of the oldest and finest cows of Scottish origin. Unique in its genre, and the fruit of a brilliant intuition of Rigamonti, it is ideal for true connoisseurs and refined palates. With a tender consistency it has an unmistakable taste and sweetness thanks to the marbling that distinguishes it.

Ingredients


“Black angus” beef
salt
dextrose
natural flavourings

Preservatives
E250
E252

Eating suggestions


Black Angus bresaola is a product for true Gourmets; eat on its own to savour its fine taste at its best.

Nutritional values


Nutritional values
Protein
Carbohydrate
Fat
684 kJ – 162 Kcal
30,4
<0,5
4,3g

Trimming


WIKI

To obtain excellent quality bresaola it is essential to select the best raw materials which have to be worked by expert hands. The specialist operator, after choosing the meats, must trim them with extreme skill and precision to remove the fat and the external tendinous parts without cutting through the flesh.

CONTINUE

Millefeuille of Bresaola della Valtellina PGI


RECIPES

Winning combinations


TASTE AND CREATIVITY

Taste and Creativity


When pairing wine and cheese it is necessary to consider the typical characteristic of the pairings, which has consolidated itself over the centuries. Bresaola from Valtellina, fruit of a century old tradition (beef hindquarter massaged dry with salt, garlic, pepper and several kinds of flavourings, stuffed in natural gut casing and seasoned from 1 to 3 months) is perfect with a Sassel Valtellina Superiore DOCg or a young Nebbiolo of Valtellina or Langhe.

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