Truffles are earth’s rarest and most precious fruits. A king in cuisine since the ancient eras, thanks to its organoleptic properties, the truffle is an underground mushroom shaped like a tuber, which spontaneously grows near the roots of specific forest trees like oak, holm, poplar, linden, willow, hazel,hornbeam and small oaks, forming a symbiotic relationship with all of them.
The tour lasts 3 to 4 hours including searching for truffles in the woods, a visit to the cultivation and to the Little Museum of the Truffle, a truffle test with useful hints on its storage and usage and a lunch or an aperitif with truffle dishes and the manufacture’s produces, accompanied by local wines.
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