Origin of pate is rooted in all European cuisines since the Middle Ages! The modern pate is stunning in appearance and more complex in flavour. It’s truely the perfect food to add sophistication to any occasion.

Duck & Orange Pate

Pate is a Nutritional Powerhouse! It’s rich in protein and contains one of the most nutrient-dense food on this plannet. A small portion of this will provide well over 100% RDI (recommended daily intake) for many essential nutrients.

Truffle and Almond Pate

The Lowdown

Just to name a few, this pocket rocket contains:
Vitamin B12 – formation of red blood cells
Vitamin A – Immune system function and reporduction
Riboflavin (B2) – Cellular development function. Turns food to enenergy.
Iron – carries oxygen aroudn the body

The best friend for a Pate is nice WINE! White acidic wines brings the best of the cream truffle flavours. Simple Reds are incredible compliments to peppery flavours. Earthy flavours of mushrooms is like having more red meat, Pinot Noir is the perfect choice.

Pistachio and Brandy Pate

Suggested Wine Pairings:

Duck & Orange – Rose
Truffle & Almond – Chaddonay
Duck & Cracked Pepper – Merlot
Bacon & Mushroom – Pinot Noir
Pistachio & Brandy – Shiraz

Bacon and Mushroom Pate

The best way to eat the pate is with some nice Plain Crackers or Toast. Leave the pate in room temperature for about 5 – 10 min will allow the flavours manifest making it more delicious to enjoy!

Duck and Cracked Black Pepper Pate