Bianchetto Truffles

Bianchetto white truffles are a versatile and delicious ingredient that can be used in many different dishes. They belong to the Tuber borchii vitt. species, which is one of the more common edible truffle species found in various parts of the world. The aroma of these truffles is enhanced when served with warm dishes.

These white truffles have a wide ecological range and can be found throughout different parts of Europe. They usually ripen between January and April and are ready to harvest shortly after. Unlike most truffle species that grow with broadleaf trees, such as oak, hazel, and poplar, tuber borchii vitt. has a high tolerance for various soils and can live alongside a range of host trees, including pines and cedars.

Note: Order fresh truffles 3-5 business days in advance, as they are not stocked daily.


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Truffle Facts

Bianchetto white truffles have a sharp, earthy, and garlicky flavor with hints of hazelnuts. They are like the famed Alba white truffles but have a slightly less overpowering aroma and taste. Additionally, they are smaller in size compared to their winter white truffle counterparts.

Storage Tips

Store in the refrigerator, wrapped in a paper towel (change the paper tower daily or as needed) and in an airtight container. Also some people like to store it in a container filled with rice, you can use the rice to cook a delicious risotto afterwards.


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Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 2 in
Average Weight

45G – 50G, 98G – 102G, 198G – 202G

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