A day dedicated to introducing you to truffles both in the forest and the kitchen.
The day starts at 10.00 am at the Cour de Bonvillars. Rendez-vous with Frank Siffert and Annie Riter accompanied by their truffle hounds. Forest walk (lasting about 2 hours) to look for the various types of truffles which grow in the region. Lulu will excavate the truffles.
On your return to the village of Bonvillars you will prepare a meal using truffles found during the morning (more will be added if the morning’s search is not so successful).
The group and guides will join forces to prepare a meal consisting of 3 appetizers, 5 main courses, 1 cheese and 1 dessert, all featuring different truffle varieties.
The course will end at about 5.00 pm.
Saturdays: 6th and 13th July for summer truffles (Tuber aestivum)
Saturdays: 5th, and12th October, 23rd and 30th November, and 7th December for the “truffe de Bourgogne (Tuber Uncinatum).
Other truffle excavation and cuisine days can be organised on request; please contact Frank Siffert.
- La Cour de Bonvillars
- 1427 Bonvillars - CH
- How to get there?
Time: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Meeting point: 10.00 am at the Cour de Bonvillars (free car park and bus stop at the Cour).
Equipment: Walking shoes/boots and clothing to suit the weather
Price: CHF 160.00 per person including the meal with truffles and drinks (locally produced wine)
No dogs, even on a leash.
Number of persons: 1 up to a maximum of 10