Caviar as an experience
WHAT IS CAVIAR?
The word ‘caviar’ describes the roe of the sturgeon only and not the roe of any other fish. Substitutes made with the roe of other fish, such as lumpfish, cod or mullet, to which black colouring is added, cannot be called caviar, just roe. Another common substitute is salmon roe, popularly known as red caviar.EXPLORE
Dispatch and care of our products
Caviar is very delicate and highly perishable. That is why at Sterling Caviar we take the greatest care throughout the process to ensure that our caviar reaches the consumer in perfect condition.DISCOVER MORE
The Acipenser Transmontanus or White Sturgeon is one of the species most appreciated round the world for the flavour of its caviar. It is a pure species, native to the West coast of the USA, and lives mainly in the Sacramento and Columbia Rivers.
Our happy sturgeon are bred and husbanded on our farms between five and ten years, to produce the best caviar.FIND OUT MORE