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Address: Le Port, 24220 Vezac, France
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La Truffe Sarladaise, located in the Perigord Noir, offers you a real...

La Truffe Sarladaise, located in the Perigord Noir, offers you a real visit through the country of taste and flavours of the past with its products from the Périgord.La Truffe Sarladaise was founded by Pierre Besse, a gastronomy lover who is assisted for more than 11 years by Lydie Mariën, who has a passion for wine. Together with their team, they'll share with you the flavours of our region with quality products from local producers: truffles, foie gras, walnut and truffle oil, wine, ...You're WELCOME in our shop 7DAYS A WEEK, open ALL YEAR !!Free tasting of foie gras and wine...We are situated at the feet of Château de Castelnaud, close to the Gardens of Marquessac and 10 km from SARLAT and the Château de Beynac and Milandes...Come and shear the passion of Lydie Mariën and her team in our shop, or visit our website.We hope to see you soon!La Truffe Sarladaise vous propose au coeur du Périgord Noir une véritable balade au pays du goût et des saveurs d'antan avec ses produits issus de la région. Créée il y a maintenant plus de 30 ans par Pierre Besse, un amoureux de la gastronomie et secondée depuis plus de 11 ans par Lydie Mariën, passionnée de vin et diplômée du Wine&Spirit Education Trust, ils font partager toutes les saveurs de notre région en choisissant avec soin leurs produits afin de proposer le meilleur du terroir local: truffes, foie gras, huile de noix et de truffes, vins et autres gourmandises... Notre halle est située au pied du Château de Castelnaud, à 10 km de Sarlat, autour des Jardins des Marquessac, des Château de Beynac et des Milandes (ancienne demeure de Josephine Baker). Le magasin est ouvert 7 jours sur 7 durant toute l'année.Dégustation gratuite 7/7!!!Venez découvrir les produits de la région ou visitez notre site. A Bientôt!

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A Treasure Trove of Locally Produced Delicacies. Unmissable!

Have been a regular visitor over the last ten years. Delightful staff, very helpful and, something authentic to take home to suit any budget. Excellent truffles, foie gras... read more

5 of 5 starsReviewed May 29, 2015
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Sarlat-la-Caneda, France
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Paris, France
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed June 1, 2015

I purchased and paid goods from la Truffe Salardaise . I had to wait for 19 days for a simple delivery to Paris and goods arrived in very poor shape . I called several time their office to enquire about my shipment ,but I cant get any people able to answer . Moreover when I wrote an email to complain... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 29, 2015

Have been a regular visitor over the last ten years. Delightful staff, very helpful and, something authentic to take home to suit any budget. Excellent truffles, foie gras, chutneys, biscuits, pates, oils, vinegars and a lovely selection of mushrooms and a fine cave offering some of the best wines available Do not miss out on the degustation treats. There is... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 12, 2015

Lovely and informative friendly staff, and great local fresh produce. We bought some delicious truffle mustard, and walnut mustard, and wines!

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 23, 2013

Very near Chateau Castelnaud, this is a great place to stock up on local wines, foie gras, walnut and other oils, salts, etc. Great souvenirs and the staff is very friendly and helpful, offering tastings of the wines and foie gras. Good selections.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 23, 2011

Liddy the manageress makes every visit a holiday highlight.So passionate about all the local produce and very generous with all the tastings,we visit every time we are in the region.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 18, 2009

Great selection of regional wines, truffles, pate and anything duck. Some nice preserves, jellies and honey's too. The place to go with your list of folks you have to bring something back home for. Everything seems to be packaged customs ready. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We were give tastes of a very nice local rose', a bit... More 

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