Travel + Leisure Blog: Finding the Best Sustainable Caviar

Black River Caviar made the list for Travel + Leisure’s “finding the best sustainable caviar”!

It used to be that great caviar came only from Russia and Iran—but other parts of the world are catching up. Eat these sustainably farmed varieties in situ, or purchase some for a perfect holiday gift.

Type: Black River Sturgeon Uruguayan osetra
Tasting Notes: Nutty and silky, with a long, rich finish and a glossy sheen.
Enjoy It Locally: Punta del Este’s La Bourgogne (Avda. del Mar and Pedragosa Sierra; 598-42/482-007) pairs osetra with blinis, brioche toasts, and lemony crème fraîche.
See the complete list here:

Read more about our sustainable caviar farm in our blog post:

“Wild-raised production of caviar. How do we do it?”

Author: Caviar Enthusiast