Chef Signature

Jacques Pépin’s Pressed Caviar

California Caviar Company is proud to introduce the first domestic pressed caviar on the market. Developed by legendary chef Jacques Pépin, our pressed caviar combines the nutty flavor of White Sturgeon, the assertive full sea flavor from Paddlefish, and the creamy, rich taste of Hackleback roe. Learn More >


Developed by CCC for legendary chef Jacques Pepin, this delicious full flavor “payusnaya” has a smooth paste texture with unlimited versatility.

This pressed caviar is comprised of the roe from three American species of sturgeon. The White Sturgeon, Hackleback and paddlefish.

ACCA Caviar by Chef Matthew Accarrino

For the past several years, San Francisco-based Chef Matthew Accarrino has been directly involved in the production of the sturgeon caviar he uses at Michelin-starred SPQR. Now, in a collaboration with California Caviar Company, his handmade ACCA Caviar by Chef Matthew Accarrino is available for purchase at retail in limited quantities. Learn More >


Chef Matthew Accarino hands-on involvement goes from fish selection to harvesting and curing each and every batch of the roe himself. Until this point, his caviar was only available to San Francisco diners and private customers.

Now, in a collaboration with California Caviar Company, his handmade ACCA Caviar by Chef Matthew Accarino is available for purchase at retail in limited quantities.

Creme by Cat Cora

Crème by Cat Cora is the result of a special collaboration between two women who are leaders in the food industry — Cat Cora and California Caviar owner Deborah Keane — both of whom strive to make sustainable caviar an everyday indulgence.

“I have such a passion for the art of caviar and have been lucky enough to experience caviars from all over the world. I would like to take this craft and make it available, affordable and delicious for everyone. My specialty line of sustainable, nutritious and flavorful caviars, Crème by Cat Cora, will wow all palates.”
– Cat Cora


With a bright golden hue, this iridescent roe has a small, crisp bead and a flavor that is slightly sweet and very clean. Coregonus Clupeaformis inhabits the fresh waters of the Great Lakes. Matures 2-3 years, 1-2 feet in length, and 4-5lbs. Wild caught.