Considers any animal hunted for food consumption or not normally domesticated (wild animals). The range varies from large game (fur animals) and small game (feathered game). Which are considered game animals? Depending of course on the worl area the most common are venison, deer, roe deer, wild boar, hare, wild rabbit, woodcock, woodpigeon, partridge, pheasant and grouse. Game meat has to be processed, specially large game such as deer, being necessary to remove the viscera in the filed and then have it hung for a period so that the meat matures. The taste is strong, power, of animal fur, metallic and wild, commonly known as gamey which is not suitable to delight everyone... Think twice before ordering game dish! Typical recipes for the game food? Royal hare stew, pheasant cannelloni with truffle, wild duck in orange sauce, roasted wild boar leg with mustard sauce, wild boar borscht, venison stew with pears, salmis of woodcock, etc.
Claudio which wines would you recommend me?
The sturdy and wild hunting world demands "hunter" wines able to cope with both feathered and fur animals. Nevertheless, frequently this type of cuisine tends to be accompanied by robust wines with structure, you will make the most of your hunting experience with any medium-bodied red wines gran reserva, wines with classic style aged in bottle.