Wild Venison Osso Bucco (650g)

The name Osso Bucco is Italian and translated literally means ‘hollow bone’ – referencing the ring of bone left after slowly braising the shin until the marrow enriches the sauce. Braised in red wine with onions and mushrooms, simply pair with a creamy mash for a delicious winter dish. Our Venison is sourced from fallow deer roaming the areas of land from north of the New Forest and the Test Valley over to Bentley Wood on the Wiltshire border. It’s hunted by our deer stalker George and his trusty dog Moss, under quota for the woodland trust. George carries out essential conservation work to protect British woodland from what is now an overpopulous species, that threatens the biodiversity of this delicate environment. 2-3 portionsThe name Osso Bucco is Italian and translated literally means ‘hollow bone’ – referencing the ring of bone left after slowly braising the shin until the marrow enriches the sauce. Braised in red wine with onions and mushrooms, simply pair with a creamy mash for a delicious winter dish. Our Venison is sourced from fallow deer roaming the areas of land from north of the New Forest and the Test Valley over to Bentley Wood on the Wiltshire border. It’s hunted by our deer stalker George and his trusty dog Moss, under quota for the woodland trust. George carries out essential conservation work to protect British woodland from what is now an overpopulous species, that threatens the biodiversity of this delicate environment. 2-3 portions