We are proud to share with you a secret in the Italian cuisine: the peschiole. A newborn peach, harvested when the stone of the fruits are still soft and the fruit unripe, and preserved under oil. A delicacy on its own, but when you add truffles this recipe represents nobility and elegance. Almost crunchy, and with a imposing truffle aroma, these little gems are perfect when eaten whole or cut in halves and make the most unusual Italian aperitivo.
The history and expertise acquired over the years, gives Savini the ability to create a range of high-quality products made in Tuscany. This is the region where Savini has been working with truffles for over four generations.
Today, everyone who works in the town of Palaia, even holding a different surname, still belongs in some way to the Savini dynasty. Since 1920, the family follows the traditions in truffle hunting as well as continuing the traditions of their recipes and their secrets in conserving these truffles.
flavorings, Italian summer truffle, peschiole (green peaches), salt, sugar, sunflower oil, wine vinegar