News - 20/05/2021
The Black Summer Truffle ripens in both Sandy and clay soils, rich in calcium and magnesium and well drained. It prefers calcareous and well-ventilated soils, but it is still one of the most versatile truffle species, growing in a wide variety of different habitats.
The geographical spread of the Black Summer Truffle involves numerous Italian Regions starting from Piedmont, Emilia Romagna, Umbria, Abruzzo, Marche and Molise, but also Lazio and Campania.
The Black Summer Truffle lends itself best to recipes with long cooking, such as sauces, stews, sauces and other preparations that require the use of a constant high temperature. The Black Summer Truffle gives its best in first and second courses with particularly tasty sauces that can enhance the product.