The Palace of Versailles launches its brand of delicatessen
Who wants to taste a foie gras duck castle from Versailles or his truffle chutney from Périgord? The illustrious residence of the Sun King has just launched into the delicatessen. The art of living and the know-how of gastronomy of the splendid period of the court wants to find its brightness thanks to gourmet products.
In association with the brand Girondine Oh! Forgotten vegetables. The products are certified from Organic Farming and are cooked in France, using traditional recipes with raw materials from local agriculture.
Three "royal" ranges The delicatessen of the castle de Versailles proposes three ranges whose names recall the past prestige of the monarchy of Louis XIV. Customers can find pasta spreads, canned vegetables, chutneys, jams and other compotes of Fruits du Verger in the range "Palais Royal". The "Gourmandises de la Reine" range offers a selection of plant syrups, sweets and sweets. Finally, the "Pleasures of the King" present a choice of foie gras, vegetable soups, herbs and spices.
The products are available since September 2013 in Versailles, Paris in stores like Le Bon Marché or Lafayette Gourmet, in Switzerland but also on the website www.chateauversailles-epiceriefine.com. A fortiori, the brand tends to be distributed internationally and at airports. Prices range from a little over 6 euros for an eggplant caviar to 38.70 euros for a foie gras whole duck.