Duck Delice is a kind of preparation that involves a piece of foie gras nestled in a traditional stuffing. Godard Chambon & Marrel’s Duck Delice is made with pork meat, 25% duck foie gras, duck liver, egg, duck fat, milk & spices. Its flavors are further intensified by the addition of delicious Armagnac and Port wine.
Going for a 100%-Southwestern France pairing? Nothing pairs up better with duck than the Merlot grape variety. A smooth, generous Saint-Emilion wine with its round tannins makes a perfect companion for this Duck Delice.
This Duck Delice comes from Maison Godard, a pioneer in traditional duck and goose foie gras in Southwest France. Maison Godard’s devotion to quality ensures that their foie gras is sourced solely from ducks and geese fed maize by skilled “gaveurs” in the South-West of France.
Maison Godard achieved the IGP (Protected Geographic Identification) certification system in 1999, and now it is one of the most recent enterprises in the foie gras market to continue to provide solely duck foie gras from Southwest France and goose foie gras from the Périgord.
Store your tin/jar in a cool, dark, and dry pantry. Unopened, it will last up to 2 years. Once opened, consume your preserved fish/meat within one or two days and keep leftovers with the oil in a sealed container in the fridge.