Pink: Lautrec garlic
Lautrec pink garlic was one of the earliest examples of French produce to earn a Label Rouge quality mark.
It is cultivated south of Albi, as its name indicates, in the vicinity of Lautrec, officially recognised as one of the most beautiful villages in France. Its silver-streaked pink skin, its delicate taste, its long conservation time (one year) and the way in which just one of its stems can enhance your cooking make it the prince of condiments. But this prince is a demanding one: at each stage of its production, it requires a large, skilled and devoted workforce.
Lautrec pink garlic has held the Label Rouge quality mark since 1966.