White Truffle

(Tuber Magnatum Pico)

The White Truffle represents one of the most refined culinary excellences, often referred to as the diamond of truffles for its extraordinary quality and high commercial value. Its rarity stems from specific environmental requirements, necessitating a habitat characterized by high biodiversity and soil rich in water and minerals.

The size of the white truffle varies considerably, ranging from that of a walnut to that of an orange, giving each specimen a unique and inimitable character. Its exclusivity and distinctive aroma make it a true culinary treasure, coveted by gourmets and chefs worldwide.

Peridium: smooth, light ochre in color, sometimes greenish.

Gleba: hazelnut-colored, with thin veins.

Symbiotic plants: oak, poplar, willow, lime, beech.

Harvest period: October 1st – December 31st.