Italian Siberian Sturgeon Caviar is a Siberian Sturgeon fish which is raised and farmed in Venice, Italy. Siberian sturgeon usually weigh about 65 kg, with considerable variability between and within river basins. The maximum recorded weight was 210 kg. As with all other acipenserids, the Siberian sturgeon are long-lived (up to 60 years), and late to reach sexual maturity (males at 11–24 years, females at 20–28 years). They spawn in strong current main stem river channels over stone or gravel substrates.
Siberian Sturgeon Caviar is known to have medium sized glistening grains with their melt-in-your-mouth silkiness come to us from Siberian Sturgeon, farm-raised in Italy under conditions identical to their native waters. Black in colour, with perfect salinity and maturation of the eggs, this caviar’s delicate taste makes it special and similar in every way to the most exquisite Osetra; so as to satisfy the palate of the most demanding connoisseur. This caviar has one of the best values in the caviar market, known to have the taste and texture similar to Osetra caviar but for half the price.