agneau de Pauillac

/AHN-yoh duh poh-yahk/
[French] plural agneaux de Pauillac

A lamb, killed before the age of 80 days, which feeds on the milk of ewes which graze on the salt marshes in coastal Médoc in the south west of France. The salt is said to flavour the meat, as in agneau de pré-salé and agneau de Sisteron but it is not necessarily salty. (IGP and AOC).