Entre-Deux-Monts, cradle of the Burgundy Truffle
Present at the table of the Kings of France long before the Renaissance, the Burgundy truffle is a delicacy that is little known.
At the end of the 1970s, Georges Postansque, father of the current owner of Entre-Deux-Monts, who was very attached to his land and to French traditions, decided to develop the cultivation of the tuber uncinatum in order to make this little-known culinary heritage known and revived.
Co-founder and first President of the regional truffle association of Burgundy and Franche-Comté, Georges Postansque created several truffle fields in the Côte-d'Or. The largest, at the Château d'Entre-Deux-Monts, was planted in the early 1980s and covers 1 hectare.
Our activity as truffle producers allows us to offer you a truffle hunt in our truffle field. This truffle hunt can be followed by a tasting or a meal of truffle products, thus combining culinary pleasure with the architectural discovery of a historical monument.