Millgrove Truffles Monogram Star of Winter-gold

MILLGROVE TRUFFLES
RARE, UNIQUE, ICONIC
FROM MANJIMUP, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Unearthed each winter at Millgrove’s unique setting
among the huge Karri trees of WA’s beautiful Southern Forests.

A rainbow over the Millgrove Manjimup truffiere

The unique aroma that permeates the ground beneath Millgrove truffière each winter inspires the Johnstone family, together with their beautiful truffle dog Solly, to grow, hunt and harvest the delectable black truffle (Tuber melanosporum) for diners all over Australia and the world.

Millgrove Truffles, Solly the truffle dog

EXPERIENCE OUR TRUFFLES

Truffles are specialised underground mushrooms that can only grow on the roots of particular trees. There are many different types of truffes across the world. Some are edible, some are not. One of the most prized for the dinner table is the French black truffle (Tuber melanosporum), which grows naturally in the wild in Europe and has now been established at Millgrove’s Manjimup Truffière.

JOIN US FOR A HUNT

Come truffle hunting with Millgrove Truffles and learn about the science, mystery and delight of truffles. Experience the thrill of a truffle hunt. Leanne and Scott Johnstone and their truffle dog Solly will take you searching amongst 760 trees for Perigold Truffle. Hear Scott and Leanne share their story of growing up in Manjimup and becoming truffle farmers who harvest over half a tonne of truffles each year. Book now

TRUFFLE TIPS AND RECIPES

To be enjoyed at their peak truffles need to be consumed within a week or two of harvest. The best way to store a truffle is to wrap it in paper towel and pop it into a sealed jar or container in the crisper compartment of your fridge. Replace the paper towel every day or so to ensure the truffle is kept free of moisture. See our recipe page for other ways to store and cook your truffles.

2021 season truffle hunts at Millgrove Truffles…

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