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Back in 1989, Dalchonzie Farm, near Comrie in Perthshire, began growing fruit. Husband and wife team, David and Barbara Burberry, owners of Dalchonzie, spend many summers refined their technique to produce fruit full of natural flavour and goodness, with minimal intervention.
In the beginning, Dalchonzie supplied Marks and Spencers' amongst others. But, rather than go big they decided to stay small and concentrate on the things that are important to them: quality and integrity.
Barbara had always made preserves for the farm kitchen larder. So it was only natural to put a few jars on the table by the farm gate. Praise for her work was quickly forthcoming, and with David running the farm, Barbara took time to research Scotland's rich history of making jam and chutney to perfect her own recipes. Sadly Barbara died in 2006; David, leaving farming behind, built on Barbara's legacy to expand the production of Dalchonzie Preserves and while staying true to her recipes and ideals, has made these delicious chutneys available to many food loving customers.
What made Dalchonzie's chutneys stand out for us was their attention to detail. Each small batch is hand-prepared, their fruit is individually selected and hand-cut, and wherever possible, Dalchonzie use locally grown ingredients, as the flavour and freshness of Perthshire seasonal produce is unbeatable.
Along with their chutneys, Dalchonzie produce delicious fruit vinegars and have teamed up with local Perthshire rapeseed oil aficionados, Summer Harvest, to produce an outstanding range of marinades and dressings including my personal favourite with wild Scottish venison, Bramble and Juniper dressing.
Dalchonzie's exceptional chutneys, vinegars and dressings are available now for UK wide delivery at Fresh Food Express.