Patriana Charcuterie

Speciality food from France & Spain

We are a Canterbury based company offering high quality, traditional food directly from producers in France and Spain.

Fine Foods

Traditional food from both France (Basque region and Pyrenees Atlantiques in the south west) and Spain (Castilla, Extremadura, La Mancha, and Catalunia).

From France
Basque region Pyrenées Atlantiques
Farm produced saucissons and chorizos
Air dry cured hams
Black pudding
Basque Txistorra merguez
Pork and duck patés and rillettes.
High quality foie gras
(from a free range duck farm)

The Basque Ossau Iraty ewes cheese
Duck confits and duck fat
for making delicious roast potatoes
Traditional cassoulet stews
Spices, seasonings, jams and much more.

From Spain
Castilla, Estremadura and La Mancha
Products from the famous Iberico ‘Pata Negra’ pig
Iberico Bellota ham – rated the best ham in the world
Iberico chorizo
Iberico Salchichon sausage
Iberico Lomo .
Extra mature Serrano ham
Artisan produced Manchego cheese

Serrano Bodega Ham wins gold star 2013

Our Serrano ham has just won a gold star at this year’s Great Taste Awards organised by the Guild of Fine food. The judges’ comments were – ‘Lovely texture and good balance of fat to meat. Good flavour that slowly evolves in the mouth’. The Serrano is from an artisan producer in Salamanca, Spain and air dry cured and extra matured for 18 months.

Bayonne ham wins gold 2012

Our Bayonne ham won 2 star gold at the 2012 Great Taste awards.This follows on from the Kintoa ham that also won gold in 2011 Come and have a taste to see why this famous ham made by the Elizaldia farm in the French Basque region deserved such a prestigious award.

Kintoa Basque Ham wins 3 star gold 2011

Patriana have been proud to stock the Kintoa Basque Ham for the last six years. Imagine our delight when we found out that it has has been awarded 3 star gold at this years British Great Taste Awards following on from the gold medal awarded in Paris earlier this year . This represents the highest award given by the guild of fine food.This year over 7,000 products were entered and only 114 were awarded the three star gold. You can read all about it in this months newsletter. Please come and taste this quite exceptional ham made by the Oteiza family at our stall.

French charcuterie and other speciality products

We deal with several artisan producers in the Basque country. This region is famous for the quality of its food and the Basques, who are very proud of their long history, have preserved the very best of their gastronomic culture. We have the products for which it is well known – its charcuterie, spices and seasonings, including the famous Espelette red pepper and ewes cheese. We also have selected products from other regions such as jams and honey from Provence, Tapenade from the Languedoc and black pudding from a Master charcutier in the Nord Pas de Calais.

Famous Spanish Iberico hams and Manchego cheese

We deal with several artisan producers in the Basque country. This region is famous for the quality of its food and the Basques, who are very proud of their long history, have preserved the very best of their gastronomic culture. We have the products for which it is well known – its charcuterie, spices and seasonings, including the famous Espelette red pepper and ewes cheese. We also have selected products from other regions such as jams and honey from Provence, Tapenade from the Languedoc and black pudding from a Master charcutier in the Nord Pas de Calais.

Tapas platter

You can select a Tapas platter that is made to order and can either be eaten in the Goods Shed or taken away.

Kentish Hams

We also have some hams produced in Kent. A traditional English cooked gammon ham and a delicious Kentish ham that it is cured and cooked here in the Goods Shed.

For further information

Please visit our website at www.patriana.com
We also supply restaurants and delicatessens.
To obtain a Trade price list please email us using the form at the top of this page

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