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An experience worth sharing

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An experience worth sharing

At the heart of Manjimup’s famed Seven Day Road is the home of Western Australia’s first truffi’re.

Surrounded by vineyards, orchards and majestic rolling hills, our estate produces the world’s best and most aromatic black Périgord truffles (Tuber melanosporum), award-winning cool climate wines and experiences that money can’t buy.

“At Truffle Hill our mission is to turn every truffle experience into something extraordinary and worthy of sharing.”

Our History

1997

Since the very first Oak Tree was planted in 1997, the passion and dedication, coupled with an extraordinary microclimate, has seen what was until recently The Truffle & Wine Co. become a premier truffière and the dream of producing French black truffles (Tuber Melanosporum), one of the most highly prized food products in the world, had begun

2003

The first distinctly aromatic truffle was unearthed on the 28th of July 2003, a perfect black winter truffle weighing 168 grams. At this time, the estate was covered by 40 kilometres of truffle tree rows and 12 hectares of grapevines.

2008

From that first truffle, production grew to 600kg and the company started to share its “black diamonds” with chefs around the world, who were keen to have access to black winter truffle in the northern hemisphere summer. Our reputation started to spread.

2014

Truffle production continued to increase and over 5,000 kg was produced in 2014. The Truffle and Wine Co. was recognized as the largest producing truffière in the world, exporting over 80% of its crop to supply the world’s best restaurants.

2021

“It is our desire to deliver the best quality black Périgord truffles and cool climate wines to the world.”
Alf Salter, Founder

And to this day nothing has changed except the name. Truffle and Wine Co is now proudly known as Truffle Hill.

  • 1997
  • 2003
  • 2008
  • 2014
  • 2021

"Walking over the land, its contours, smelling the richness of the soil, the surrounding karri and jarrah forests, we knew this was a very special place. It exudes a quality I can’t identify, a feeling that is almost magical."

Alf Salter
Founder
Acknowledgement to Indigenous heritage

The original nomadic residents of this district were the Nyungar / Murrum people dating back 30,000 years. As long-time custodians of the land they not only used the land as a source of food, but they managed the land to ensure the continuation of their food resources thereby working the land on a “sustainable yield” basis long before the term was coined.

The Manjimup Shire gains its name from the indigenous “Manjin” reed, whose edible roots were highly valued, and from “up” meaning place of water or meeting place.

Our company aims to manage our land with the same respect and sustainable practices that its indigenous inhabitants did.