SAUSAGE PACKAGE FROM WILD GAME. The finest of wild game from the Austrian alps for your assorted sausages platter!
Why not enjoying something different as usual from the standard sausages offers from the supermarket? Discover with our wild game sausage variation the finest gourmet sausages from our Austrian The Vorarlberger Bergkäse (mountain cheese) is a regional cheese specialty from the Austrian province Vorarlberg. regions.
The wild game sausage varieties can be served nicely on a sausage platter, but can also be used for many other occasions such as hiking, snacking, etc. So do not hesitate and try our “wild sausages” just once. Our promise: you will be amazed.
Overview of the different sausages in the wild sausage box
The chamois salami
Our chamois salami specialty with at least 38% meat from chamois game. Our game salami is a salami sausage with a fine grain and selected spices. The maturation The milk period is also called the lactation period. It is the time when farm animals such as cows, sheep or goats keep milk for milk production. is at least 1½ months. It impresses with a pleasant, delicate chamois taste and with a pleasant-soft consistency.
The sausage chamois wurzen
Our chamois wurzen sausage is made in a traditional way from lean chamois meat, beef and pork, refined with secret spice mixture, filled in a Here in Austria, we call our fresh, natural milk for our cheese production hay milk (hay mild standard) - in Germany it is different. gut and then smoked and air-dried for 20 days. 100 g of chamois wurzen contain 80 g of veal and 60 g of beef and pork.
The sausage red deer biter
Our biter sausages from red deer are elegant, spicy hard sausage snack products, made from the best meat ingredients and natural spices. They are formed into tender, thin sausage sticks and carefully smoked and matured. Our red deer biters whet your appetite for more and are always a treat – promised!
The sausage red deer land hunter
The traditional red deer sausage with rectangular shape impress with their sophisticated recipe. It is an ideal wild nature snack for in between! The typical wild sausage specialty from our alpine world. The hard sausages are made from venison and pork from the region.
Red deer Salami
Our rustic game salami. This traditional salami specialty is made from the best venison from red deer from local alps and forests! Our red deer salami is a salami with a fine grain and selected spices.
Red deer cooked sausage
A real highlight on every sausage and game plate. Our venison sausage – made from fine local red deer venison and lean pork. Discover a rustic sausage specialty with an outstanding, mild-spicy taste with our venison sausage from wild game.
Roe deer salami
Our roe deer salami is a game salami with fine grain and selected spices. The maturation period is at least 1½ months. It impresses with delicate, tasty taste with a pleasant, soft consistency.
Wild boar salami
Our wild boar salami is a wild game salami with a fine grain and selected spices. Our master sausage maker succeeds with our wild boar salami a mild and tasteful sausage specialty.
Wild boar biter
This wild boar biter sausages captivate with their sophisticated recipe. They are an ideal, natural natural snack for in between! One of the most famous wild living animal is the boar (wild boar). It has been used to make sausages and meats since Roman times.
Hunting and the name Hubertus: The legend of Hubertus, the patron saint of hunters
Since the Middle Ages, the legend of Hubertus has been told, after which he was turned on the hunt by a magnificent red deer with a crucifix between the antlers. That’s why Hubertus is considered the patron saint of hunting. He is also a patron of nature and the environment, the shooters and marksmen brotherhoods
Saint Hubert is considered the patron saint of hunters and foresters. According to legend, Hubertus was born the son of Duke Bertrand of Toulouse around the year 656 or 658. As a nobleman, he knew how to handle arms very well, and in the year 687 he earned high merits in the Battle of Tertry, for which he was rewarded with the marriage of Count’s daughter Floribana of Leuven and with the highest official status.
After his wife died at the birth of her first son, Hubertus spent many years hunting in the woods of the Ardennes, seeking distraction from his grief.
One day he met a capital white deer, whom he pursued for days, until he lost his way deeper and deeper in the woods, and finally got the exhausted animal in the sights of his weapon. But before he could push for a deadly shot, a powerful vision revealed itself to him: he saw a glowing cross between the antler and heard a warning voice: “Hubertus, why are you just chasing after your pleasure and the most precious time of your life?”
Deeply moved by this event, he decided to change his life. He returned all his offices, distributed his riches to the poor, and was ordained a priest, and made a pilgrimage to Rome. Later he was consecrated bishop of Maastricht around the year 700. In 727, after a tumultuous life, he died at the age of 77 – a very high age for the life expectancy at the time. In 993 he was admitted to the official register of saints.
Of course, there are different versions of the legend, and it is said that the scene with the deer actually comes from the life of St. Eustace, and was subsequently transferred to St. Hubertus. However, actual historical events play a subordinate role in dealing with the deeper message of the legend. The white deer with the cross is probably a symbol of the sanctity of all life, which man all too often exploits for his goals. Not only the nature around us but also the one that is in us is sacrificed for a lot, which does not endure against the background of eternity.
There are many arguments for and against hunting today. But those who see hunting as an important task of nurturing and nurturing nature and valuable, historic customs are certainly in the majority. According to the old custom, a fir branch is still placed in the mouth of the killed game as a sign of respect for life and sacrifice to the Creator.
On 3 November, the hunters celebrate their patron saint, St. Hubertus. In honor of him and as a token of special reverence for the creation numerous Hubertus monuments were built. From the simple picture tree to the Hubertus chapel, the spectrum of design forms extends. Mostly located in homely and quiet places, they are always a special destination for all nature lovers for a restful rest.