Recently, Top Chef (pro cooking reality show) has seen French Chef Arnaud Delvenne put a light on the tuna with peaches recipe.

What’s tuna with peaches? It’s a Belgian speciality which, as the name suggests, mixes peaches and tuna. When you say it like that, it doesn’t sound particularly appetising, and yet, Arnaud, one of the show’s finalists, has shown us that it is a banger.

So, two friends of Caaaaaaat, Ségolène & Serena, have dug up and immortalised three tuna and peach recipes for your picnics, and of course there’s a picnic/wine pairing to enhance everything.

Peach salad


  • Roquette
  • 2 large peaches
  • A little bit of butter and sugar
  • A nice burrata
  • A few mint leaves
  • Olive oil & salt


Cut the peaches into 8, remove the pit, fry them for a few minutes on each side with a little butter, 1tsp of sugar and a little salt at the end of cooking.

Be careful, they need to stay firm, you just need to brown them off!

Wash the roquette, cut the burrata, take the mint leaves off the stem and mix it all together with the peaches, season with a little olive oil, salt and pepper.

Tuna and peach club-sandwiches

Start by toasting your favourite bread (from a nice bakery). If you live in Paris or Lyon you could try Antoinette, Utopie or Mamie!

At the same time, mix a tin of tuna with cream cheese, a finely chopped shallot, chives, lime juice and let’s season it: salt, pepper and crushed pink peppercorns.

Garnish the bread, a little salad on top and close it up. It’s ready! Serve straight away with Atomic Caaaaaaat.

Arnaud Delvenne’s ravioli

Ok, this couldn’t be simpler! The peach will play the part of the ravioli which we will garnish with the tuna mix. If you speak French and fancy trying a Top Chef level recipe, you can find it here (lien).

Our version is much easier, you just need to:

  • Cut your peach into thin slices using a mandoline.
  • Make a light tuna tartare and season with sesame seed oil, lime juice, salt and pepper.
  • Place the tartare at the centre of the peach slice and close it to make the ravioli.

Which wine will accompany this picnic?

Rosé? Red? Which wine goes with a tuna and peach picnic?


Once again, it’s simple: Atomic Caaaaaaat will pair perfectly with these dishes. Its juicy flavours, soft spices… the pomegranate squash for grownups will match this sweet and savoury duo.

If you’re careful about what you put on your plate or in your glass, you should know that Atomic Caaaaaaat is a natural wine, manually harvested with the grapes sorted on the vine and a second time in the cellar. Like a good fruit, there are no inputs at any point throughout its production process.

Bon appétit !