Whole Goose Foie Gras


Endowed with powerful flavours marked by the country, our goose foies gras are characterized by the frankness of their aromas and their steady taste.

Our Secret

All the gooses are, as wants it the tradition, manured in the yellow corn in whole grain. Accurately selected, then adorned and flavored in the hand, our foies gras are all cooked without conservative to protect their intact flavours. Every stage of the manufacturing of our foies gras is realized with patience, thanks to the transmission of a home-made knowledge, with in memory the wish of the founders: elaborate the best foie gras of the world. From the beginning to the end of the manufacturing, it is the love of the cooking and the passion of the country which guide our cooks.

The Comtesse’s Pledge of Quality :

  • To realize delicious duck foies gras, we choose exclusively ducks born, raised, fed and cooked in France
  • All ducks come from the breeders of our cooperative which are fully traceable
  • Foies Gras are cooked in our workshops

Serving suggestions:

Toasted sourdough, brioche or slices of spiced bread. Delicious when paired with a slightly sweet wine such as Sauterne, Gewuerztaminer or Champagne.



Whole Goose Foie Gras Australia by Comtesse du Barry

The gooses of our breeders traditionally come from Masseube or Gimont and  they only use white corn for the fattening process. That’s what gives their foie gras this sublime taste and this incomparable texture.



  • 120g :  tin
  • 200g : tin


Ingredients :       South-West free range whole goose foie gras, Guérande sea salt, pepper.


Average nutritional value for 100g : 

 Energy                    1984 kj

 Protein                    8.2g

 Fat  total                 48.8g

 Fat saturated         19.5g

 Carbohydrates       2.3g

 Sugars                     1.8g

 Sodium                    1.4g


Toasted sourdough, brioche or slices of spiced bread. Delicious paired with a sweet wine such as Sauternes.
But also great with a  Gewuerztaminer or  Champagne.


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