Viteau Prunes

Viteau prunes - “les pruneaux de Viteau”, take their name from the small town of Vitteaux, in the Cote d’Or department to the north-west of Dijon. They are prepared from the St-Catherine Damas plum, which was brought back from the crusades by the lords of nearby Saffres. The prune is a golden colour with a slightly acid flavour, and is particularly suited to culinary purposes. Fallen out of favour, their production has been resuscitated since the 1960s.

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