The Oregon Truffle Festival, held over three brisk winter days in the Oregon wine country near Eugene, Oregon, from January 29-31, 2010, celebrates the magnificent Oregon truffles as they reach the peak of ripeness in their native soil. It is the first festival of its kind in North America, dedicated to sharing the experience of the chefs, foragers and fans of Oregon's wild truffles, from their hidden source in the forest to their glory on the table.
Oregon truffles are emerging among the world's great delicacies, taking their richly-deserved place next to their legendary European cousins. In recognition of it's fifth Anniversary, the festival is celebrating their arrival at the international table by inviting the French! Experience the lore of the old world and the lure of the new and savor the flavors of French and Oregon truffles at the height of their season.
The Oregon Truffle Festival offers a multitude of exciting ways to participate, for a few hours or a full weekend
Take this true Oregon Culinary experience one step further, stay at C'est La Vie Bed and Breakfast in Eugene. The innkeeper, Anne-Marie, is true French and presents her unique inn through her French eyes. She is offering an Oregon Truffle Festival Special. You will enjoy two nights lodging, Euphoria Chocolates, a bottle of Oregon wine, a four hour winery tour, and a gourmet lunch basket
For a unique Oregon Wine Country Lodging experience visit C'est La Vie Bed and Breakfast in Eugene, Oregon. An inspected and approved inn of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.