PDO meat taureau de Camargue
Arles - Producer
Meat from Camargue bulls has had this AOP since June 1996. This guarantees the consistent high quality of the meat, which comes from fighting or cross-breeding animals, and the authentic taste of the product.
Information provided by OT Arles
AOP viande de taureau de Camargue
Mas du Pont de Rousty
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