Thursday, April 22, 2010
Snuffle for a Truffle
FOOD connoisseurs with a nose for something special will love what Tempo Holidays has served up with its unique Snuffle for a Truffle experience in the Italian countryside.
Offering an exquisite taste of local traditions and culture, the three-day package is based in the picturesque Piedmont region, prized for its white truffles and fine wines.
Staying in an historic villa, travellers will enjoy the unique experience of a truffle hunt, guided tasting, savour a truffle menu dinner and sample famous Barolo wines.
Priced from $2560* per person twin share, the package includes two nights accommodation; two breakfasts and one dinner; hunting with an experienced trifuloa and his dog including tasting; a guided visit to a traditional wine cellar with tasting and touring by sedan car with driver.
The package, which departs Milan, is valid for sale and travel to December 31, 2010.
For bookings, contact your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays - Australian Travel Agent, www.tempoholidays.com, 1300 558 987 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, check out Tempo Holidays’ latest specials and promotions.
*Terms & conditions apply, subject to change and availability
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