Tartufo bianco del Serrapotamo is a rare and highly prized white truffle that is found in the region of Basilicata, Italy. This truffle is known for its delicate flavor and aroma, and is highly sought after by chefs and food enthusiasts around the world. The truffle is found in the towns and communes of Serrapotamo, San Martino d’Agri, and Viggiano, and is typically harvested in the months of October and November.
If you’re looking to sample Tartufo bianco del Serrapotamo, there are a few shops and stores in the region where you can find it. In Serrapotamo, you can visit the Tartufi del Serrapotamo shop, which specializes in truffles and truffle products. In Viggiano, you can find the truffle at the La Bottega del Tartufo shop, which also offers a variety of truffle-based products.
One popular way to enjoy Tartufo bianco del Serrapotamo is to shave it over pasta dishes, such as tagliatelle or risotto. Another popular recipe is to use the truffle to make a simple yet delicious bruschetta, by topping toasted bread with a mixture of chopped truffle, olive oil, and salt.
Tartufo bianco del Serrapotamo has been recognized as a PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) by the Italian government, which means that it is a product that is deeply rooted in the local culture and tradition of the region. To be recognized as a PAT, a product must meet certain specifications, such as being produced using traditional methods and using locally sourced ingredients.
– “Tartufo bianco del Serrapotamo” (https://www.agricoltura.regione.basilicata.it/index.php/it/prodotti-tipici/tartufo-bianco-del-serrapotamo)
– “Tartufi del Serrapotamo” (https://www.tartufiserrapotamo.it/)
– “La Bottega del Tartufo” (https://www.facebook.com/labottegadeltartufoviggiano/)