The Spotted Trotter, Bresaola, 3oz Sliced

Sliced 3oz package. Traditional Italian-style cured beef from Spotted Trotter in Georgia. Beef eye round, made with an aromatic, Italian wet brine, then air-dried for up to sixty days. Pair with Deep Red and Medium bodied red wines.


Beef Based - Whole Muscle – A Classic Italian Whole Muscle Salami Derived from the Beef Eye Round. Should be Sliced Razor Thin. Marinated in Italian Aromatics, Orange and Rosemary and a Deep Red Wine finish. Fermented and Aged for six to eight weeks. Pairs with Aged Cow’s milk and Young Goats Milk Cheeses very well. Accompany this meat with Deep Red and Medium bodied red wines for an amazing pairing.

Ingredients: Beef, Red Wine, (Rosemary, Thyme, Carrot, Red Onion, Garlic), Salt, Sugar, Spices, Maturation Starter Culture

From The Spotter Trotter, local to Atlanta:

"We Make Good Food the Right Way."

It is our passion to always provide our clientele with exquisite balance in flavor, price, and sustainability. All of our ingredients are purveyed with responsibility in mind. We make the food you eat the food you love because it is handled with the utmost respect – from the farmer that produced it to your dining table.

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Responsible animal husbandry and local farming is very important to us. When it comes to the meat you consume, it is paramount that you have an understanding of the symbiotic relationship that exists when animals are domesticated. When done right, farmers provide shelter and reliable feed, and in return, the animal gives up its life so that we may survive.

In Good Taste

Whether it’s the cilantro in a crepinette or the fat used for lardo, every taste you experience is affected by the environment in which it was developed. When the finest products are procured, they take on a power of their own. Then, when combined properly, all of the components delicately work together to marry their flavors, mature and bloom.

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