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

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.
June 20, 2015

Planting and Tree Deliveries

The prime tree planting time November – March is upon us. Traditionally, November to March are good months to plant, as the trees are dormant and planting in the winter allows the truffley-roots plenty of time to settle in before mycorrhiza and root-growth starts again in spring.
June 19, 2015

The White Truffle Season 2011-2012

The white truffle, the most expensive fungi in the world, is now in season. This rare truffle that is only available for these few months of the year are almost exclusively from one part of Italy. They fetch staggering prices of thousands of pounds per kilo, and are the ultimate culinary luxury. One of the reasons that these truffles are so expensive is that wild harvests continue to decline.
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