fairly homogeneous and rounded appearance, peridium or wrinkled black rind, with minute polygonal warts.
The gleba or pulp is purplish black when ripe, with fine white veins that become a little reddish in contact with the air.
mid November – mid March
delicate pleasant scent, aromatic and fruity
in the refrigerator, wrapped in kitchen paper and closed in a plastic or glass jar, taking care to change the paper whenever it is damp.
Immediately before use, remove the earthy residues from the truffle with a brush or a damp paper cloth, in order not to alter the organoleptic characteristics.