Violet Mustard made by Fam. Denoix from Brive-la-Gaillarde in Perigord since 1839. The family has revived a historic recipe from the Middle Ages again. He was the favorite of Pope Clement VI mustard. Since then affectionately mustard of the Popes named because these mustard stains not stood out on the purple robes of the Popes. There is a very fine, mild mustard that is made with grape and looks more like a delicate sauce. In Perigord, he is very often served in the restaurants as a dip with steaks.Ingredients: Mustard. Grape, mustard seeds, wine, vinegar, water, salt, spices. Store cool after opening.