The Santa Rosalía wagyu arrives at Harrods in London

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The Santa Rosalía wagyu arrives at Harrods in London

The wagyu from Finca Santa Rosalía, located in the Burgos town of Vizmalo, arrives at the Harrods department store in London today, Tuesday. The clients of the famous stores You will be able to taste some of the products that are made on the Castilian and Leonese estate through a tasting that seeks to conquer the English.

The tasting which begins today Tuesday and will continue Until 2 March, will bring two emblems of the gastronomic firm to Harrods: wagyu burgers and wagyu caviar, which will also be cut on site by knife masters. An attractive staging that travels to the English capital with the aim of seducing the English consumer and the tourists who are in the famous city these days.


Harrods is one of the most famous department stores in London. Located on Brompton Road, within the Knightsbridge neighborhood, it is in the heart of the English capital. It has a plot of 20,000 m² and more than 90,000 m² of sales area on its five floors.

Saint Rosalia

Known throughout the world for its unmatched culinary qualities, the Wagyu breed has been linked to our Santa Rosalía brand for years. Also its uniqueness, which makes the best restaurants add gourmet recipes to their menu based on the use of what experts define as a “unique” meat.
Thousands of oxen They graze freely on the Santa Rosalía farm located in the province of Burgos in the best conditions, which guarantees their animal well-being. They are born, grow and live in a unique natural environment and in the best possible conditions, which guarantees their comfort, on which the flavor and quality of the meat that later reaches the consumer largely depends. Thus, each animal has more than one hundred square meters of space in facilities provided with piped music and biodegradable beds. An animal luxury.

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The food is also unique. Our oxen digest daily an exclusive food free of additives and with such digestibility that it does not produce polluting gases. Santa Rosalía, concerned about global warming and the gases that cause the greenhouse effect, years ago designed a food with its own seal that was highly beneficial for the animal and for the entire planet. The perfect combination.

Japanese origin, Burgos stamp

Of japanese origin, wagyu meat has had a Burgos seal for decades. Its origins date back to distant Japan where the ancestors of the animals raised in Vizmalo come from. In Burgos lands they live up to between two and a half and three years. The sacrifice is carried out when the average weight of each animal is around 900 or 1,000 kilos, but not in any way, animal well-being is also guaranteed even in the last minutes of life.