After the huge success of our first new growers’ seminar, we have decided to make it a recurring event with the next meeting booked for the 22nd of March. It will be held at Bradley Park Golf club, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.Tickets are available now at £10/ea.
The event will be started with a very informative presentation by Dr. Paul Thomas, and then we will have plenty of Q and A time.

June 20, 2015

New growers’ seminar

After the huge success of our first new growers’ seminar, we have decided to make it a recurring event with the next meeting booked for the 22nd of March. It will be held at Bradley Park Golf club, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.Tickets are available now at £10/ea. The event will be started with a very informative presentation by Dr. Paul Thomas, and then we will have plenty of Q and A time.
June 20, 2015

The world’s biggest black truffle?

What could be the world’s biggest black truffle was sold last month in the south of France. The 1.3kg black Périgord truffle (Tuber melanosporum) went on sale in the farm market of the French south-western town of Sarlat. The massive subterranean fungus is the biggest ever found and sold in Périgord, which is historically the most famous truffle producing region of France. Winter truffles are currently being sold for about 1,000 euro (£828) per kg on southern France farmer’s markets, and we estimate that this one sold for around 1,500 euro.
June 20, 2015

The Napa Truffle festival

On 13th of January 2012, the Second Annual Napa Truffle Festival opened to a sold out weekend event. The event was organized by our partners the American Truffle Company. Programs and activities throughout the weekend included culinary/cooking demos, lunches and tours at Raymond Vineyards and Robert Mondavi Winery, a lively Festival Marketplace showcasing local artisanal vendors, and a grand multi-course Truffles & Wine Dinner at La Toque—each course was prepared by a Michelin Star Chef .
June 20, 2015

Stella McCartney’s new truffley perfume

Stella McCartney has announced the launch of her latest fragrance, which unusually features truffle as a top note. McCartney’s truffle choice seems surprising to everyone who has smelt truffles before. Master perfumer Jacques Cavallier of Firmenich, who worked with McCartney on her floral signature scent, Stella, explained his surprise at the decision. “The truffle was unusual, but I said OK to Stella” he is quoted as saying.