Entre-Deux-Monts, cradle of Burgundy Truffle!
Present at the table of the Kings of France long before the Renaissance, the Burgundy truffle is a delicate dish that is little known.
It was at the end of the 1970s that Georges Postansque, very attached to his terroir and French traditions, decided to develop the culture of the tuber uncinatum in order to make this little-used culinary heritage known.
Co-founder and first President of the regional truffle association of Burgundy and Franche-Comté, Georges Postansque planted several truffle fields in Côte-d'Or and Marne. The largest, that of the Château d'Entre-Deux-Monts, was planted in the early 1980s and is 1 hectare in size.
Our activity as a truffle producer allows us to offer you a cavage in our truffle field. This truffle hunt, which can be followed by a tasting or a meal in Entre-Deux-Monts, will allow you to combine culinary pleasure with architectural discovery!