Well known by the name of Scorzone, the Black Summer Truffle is among the most widespread truffles and used in cooking.
The gleba, of a more or less yellowish hazelnut color in mature specimens, often also lighter in colour, is crossed by numerous more or less thin, branched and anastomosed whitish veins.
The wrinkled surface is completely covered with pyramid-shaped warts.
|Medium weight||5-200 gr||Dimensions||5-15 cm|
|Harvest Period||from the end of May to September|
|Collection area||Piedmont, Emilia Romagna, Marche, Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzo, Campania, Molise|
|Symbiotic plants||Generally turkey oak, downy oak, hazel, black and white hornbeam, oak, oak, beech, black pine, poplar|
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Types of truffle