• Photo by David Barajas

  • Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

  • Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

  • Photo by Reagon Kastner

  • Photo by Reagon Kastner

  • Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

Oregon Truffle FestivalWe are devastated by the toll COVID-19 has taken on every corner of the world, but also on our friends’ and partners’ businesses and lives. To all of our chef and restaurant friends, artisanal food makers, wineries, distilleries, breweries and cideries, farmers, foragers, and lodging and event venue hosts, we hope you are safe. We are with you, and so looking forward to the time when we can reconnect.

To support friends of the Oregon Truffle Festival, we encourage you to explore the truffled items below. We also urge you to support the artisanal food and beverage makers below who are actively shipping and delivering their stellar products.

We are grateful for the outpouring of queries about 2021 Oregon Truffle Festival dates. For the moment, we are pressing pause on festival planning, but we hope to share news soon about some smaller events we’re looking forward to.

In the meantime, we are looking back fondly on those two weekends we spent with you earlier this year. In 2020, the Oregon Truffle Festival orchestrated 37 culinary events featuring 41 chefs, 21 speakers and trainers, 33 wineries, breweries and distilleries. 72 pounds of Oregon white truffles and 59 pounds of Oregon black truffles were harvested for the events.

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Extending the Oregon Truffle Season

A bottle of Medoyeff Truffle Vodka sitting on an aging barrel in a barrel room.

Bull Run Truffle Vodka

This vodka made its debut at the Oregon Truffle Festival, an infusion of Bull Run’s Medoyeff Vodka with fresh Oregon white truffles. These white truffles were found by a Belgian Malinois x Dutch Shepherd named Jack. There were only 11 cases produced. Buy now >

Wolves & People Truffle Beer

A collaboration between artisanal brewery Wolves & People and the Oregon Truffle Festival, this is a rich, complex table stout (at a sociable 4.7% abv) aged on farm hazelnuts and real whole incredible Oregon white truffles. Buy now >

3 different sized bottles of Tucker's Oregon White Truffle Oil

Tucker’s Oregon White Truffle Oil

Made by two of the Oregon Truffle Festival’s dog trainers, Deb and Bob Walker produce naturally infused truffle products from dog-harvested Oregon truffles. Buy now >

David Bacco Chocolatier

Talented chocolatier David Bacco infuses these seasonal chocolate truffles with Oregon Black Truffles and Oregon Oregon White Truffles. These special confections are available as 16-piece and 36-piece sets. Buy now >

Recent Press

The Oregon Truffle Festival was voted the #5 Specialty Food Festival in the country by readers of USA Today. Thank you so much to all who voted for us—your support means so much!

In the April, 2020 issue of Eating Well, Rowan Jacobsen takes readers along on a truffle hunt with Charles and Dante, and into the kitchen with Portland Chef Vitaly Paley, who shares homemade Oregon truffle recipes.

The Oregon Truffle Festival

With four native Oregon truffles and the successful cultivation of prized European truffles in the Willamette Valley, the region is North America’s contribution to the short list of world-class wine and truffle regions.

Join us in the Willamette Valley, the heart of Oregon wine and truffle country, this January and February. Our lineup of events will include hands-on truffle foraging, lectures from experts in truffle cultivation, decadent lunches and dinners from James Beard-recognized chefs, the only fresh truffle marketplace of its kind, and so much more! The full schedule will be released in the coming months, and you can be the first to know by signing up for our mailing list.