The smooth and natural taste and size of roe coming from sturgeon bred in such water greatly exceeds the features of roe coming from the fish kept in natural waters. The mineral contents of this geothermal water, which are irreplacable by means of natural waters, create such a quality of caviar made from roe that is likewise very unique.
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Sturgeon fish lived on Earth since prehistoric times, as evidenced by the remains found their cartilaginous skeletons. Surprisingly, their appearance has not changed since the Jurassic period (180 million years BC), from the time of the dinosaurs. A testament to the fact that sturgeon hunted in ancient times, serve as museum exhibits archaic tools - fishing hooks specific to the fishery. Mention of sturgeons in the ancient chronicles, the image of sturgeon in the figures of Egyptian bas-reliefs of temples and Roman mosaics indicates how high even in those days was worth the fish man.
Sturgeon fish lived on Earth since prehistoric times.
In the Middle Ages mention of sturgeon and caviar found in the works of French and Italian authors.
Black Caviar has become Iran's national pride, along with carpets and oil.
Currently, efforts are really on the reproduction of sturgeon population in the Caspian Sea.
Salted roe of sturgeon was first mentioned in the III century BC in the annals of Greek as a popular Greek delicacy. Caviar specially brought from the Black Sea for the then inhabited Alexandria citizens. Later, during the wars with Carthage, caviar tasted and appreciated by the Romans. However, with the fall of ancient empires of caviar in the West was forgotten until the XIV century.
In the Middle Ages mention of sturgeon and caviar found in the works of French and Italian authors - Rabelais, Cervantes, traveler Pierre Belon. In those days, the sturgeon fishery was conducted in the river Danube, the Black and Azov seas and rivers flowing into them. However, caviar was described more as a " gimmick " rather than as a delicacy. It is clear that the recognition of the black caviar back any time soon.
In the XVII-XVIII centuries caviar at all out of fashion: caviar, imported Louis XV Russian ambassador, was not to the taste of the king. Was this hostility political aspect - the history is not known, however, in the West for a long time to a calf treated with some prejudice. In the East - in the Black and Caspian Seas - Russian led intensive fishing of sturgeon. Fishermen ikryanschiki caviar harvested and transported her to the Central Russia. As a national resource, sturgeon, and caviar as in those days were available to citizens of all social strata of Imperial Russia.
Since the beginning of the XIX century in Europe by the industrial fishing of sturgeon and caviar case there is a commercial interest. Sturgeon are beginning to produce in France ( in the Gironde River ), in Germany ( in the Danube River ), and even in the United States, as in the rivers of North America and were carried sturgeon. High European, finally recognized caviar delicacy. The commercial success of caviar industry was assured.
However, connoisseurs recognize that the best in taste given the Caspian sturgeon caviar, especially beluga. Legislator caviar fashion in Europe is considered the " home Petrosyan." He emigrated to France in the early twentieth century, the natives of Azerbaijan Petrosyan brothers brought to Europe a real Caspian caviar. For a long time their company imported caviar from Baku and nurtured a culture of consumption delicacy high society of the Old World.
In the twentieth century, almost a third of the entire coastline of the Caspian Sea is controlled by Iran, while the remaining two-thirds divided between Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, then combined into a single state - the USSR. While the communist state was the successor to Russia for the production and import of caviar, Iran for a long time was not engaged in fishing of sturgeon own. The fact is that Iran - an Islamic country, and Islam as well as Judaism forbids eating fish without scales ( which is for sturgeon ). At the end of XIX century, some Russian companies holding concessions to fish in the territorial waters of Iran. In 1920 was formed a joint Soviet - Iranian enterprise, which gave jobs to the Iranians but produced sturgeon and caviar retreating Soviets. In 1953 he had founded a new fishing Iranian company, which still gave Russia a third of revenues from the production of eggs and fish.
Only after the Iranian revolution of 1979, the situation changed in the country: a special decree of the head of state was allowed to use sturgeon for food. Black Caviar has become a national pride, along with carpets and oil. The country has created a monopoly on the fishing industry in Iran. On a par with the Soviet Union and not depending on him more, Iran is the exporter of black caviar on the world market. Despite the fact that the Iranian-supplied volumes were significantly smaller Russian exports to Iran today remains the single largest exporter of wild sturgeon caviar in the world. After the collapse of the USSR the state has lost control of the fishing industry, which has led to disastrous consequences: poaching and overfishing. While in Iran for poaching law provides for the death penalty in Russia poaching - this underground economy, living under the laws of supply and demand.
Thus, by 2000, the problem of reproduction of sturgeon in the Caspian Sea rose so sharply that it was impossible to solve only with a complete ban on fishing for sturgeon and caviar production, which was done in Russia in 2007. Currently, efforts are really on the reproduction of sturgeon population in the Caspian Sea, so we sincerely hope that this is not the end of the long history of the sturgeon.
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