Fresh truffles

AMONG THE VARIETIES THAT CAN BE FOUND ON THE MARKET, KING OF TRUFFLES OFFERS ITS SELECTION

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    Tuber magnatum pico

    One of the most highly esteemed truffles, extremely rare due to its need for an uncontaminated environment and high level of biodiversity conditions. Rich in water and mineral salts it ranges in size: from that of a walnut to an orange, in rare and fortunate cases it can become of exceptional size. It is considered the "diamond" of truffles for its preciousness and its commercial value.
    Peridium or peel (surface of the truffle): Smooth, light ochre yellowish colour, sometimes greenish
    Gleba or pulp (internal part): Nut brown colour with fine veins
    Aroma: Intense and aromatic, unmistakable
    Symbiont Plants (the mother plants that produce it): Oak, poplar, willow, linden, beech
    Distribution:: 100% in our area during the harvesting season
    Harvest season: 1st October - 31st December

    1,10 €
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    Tuber Ucinatum Chatin

    The uncinate Truffle belongs to a category of truffles highly appreciated in France known as "Truffe de Bourgogne". It is a quality that ripens in the Autumn - Winter season. It has high organoleptic qualities, aesthetically perfect it reaches considerable size and thanks to the cold winter climate it is not attacked by flies and insects. Its flavour is much more intense, distinctive and pleasant than that of the summer truffle.
    Peridium or peel (surface of the truffle): Smooth, light ochre yellowish colour, sometimes greenish
    Gleba or pulp (internal part): Darker with more evident veins
    Aroma: Very intense, fruity
    Symbiont Plants (the mother plants that produce it): Oak, hazelnut, beech
    Distribution: 40% in our area, during the harvesting season
    Harvest season: Autumn - Winter

    0,70 €
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    Tuber Aestivum Vittadini

    A black truffle of excellent culinary qualities, the black outside surface is covered in pyramidal warts; it reaches remarkable size even up to 700 grams in weight. It has an intense and inviting aromatic fragrance and you can perceive the aroma of earthy woodland.
    Peridium or peel (surface of the truffle):: Blackish brown with evident pyramidal warts
    Gleba or pulp (internal part):: Dark, marbled, light coloured when unripe
    Aroma: Delicate and pleasant
    Symbiont Plants (the mother plants that produce it): Oak, hazelnut, hornbeam
    Distribution:: 80% in our area during the harvesting season
    Harvest season: 1st May - 30th August

    0,00 €
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    Tuber Borchii Vittadini

    It is the best truffle to be used with game (hare, pheasant, woodcock, wild boar) due to its variability in flavour, good and pleasant to the palate, but not always delicate and mild. It does not reach large dimensions sometimes like a walnut other times like an orange. It has an irregular tuber shape, gibbous, lobated, lacking a protuberant base. Flesh and pulp at the beginning is of an ochre and light colour, upon ripening they take on a reddish brown or purplish brown colour.
    Peridium or peel (surface of the truffle): Similar to the precious white but slightly darker
    Gleba or pulp (internal part): Similar to the precious white but slightly darker
    Aroma: Less intense than the precious white but more garlicky
    Symbiont Plants (the mother plants that produce it): Broad-leaved and conifers
    Distribution: 30% in our area, during the harvesting season
    Harvest season: 15th January - 30th March

    0,50 €
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