Stefano Rocca has been producing Bottarga since 1986 in a small workshop situated in the old neighbourhood of Marina in the city of Cagliari in Sardinia. Bottarga is an Italian delicacy of salted and dried fish eggs typically of the grey mullet or tuna. A Sardinian specialty with Arab origins, bottarga derives from the Arabic word “butarkhah”, literally meaning “fish egg inside its sack”.
Stefano believed that bottarga had a great future within and outside Sardinia despite significant difficulties of the time and trends, even more, as an extremely niche product, thus producing this specialty also known as the Mediterranean caviar. The company still produces the bottarga with the accurate selection of ingredients, salting, seasoning, and packaging in accordance with the strictest health regulations to give customers the best quality.
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