Year after year, Urbani, a family business founded in 1850, supplies truffles for the fall menus of high-end restaurants around the globe. But truffles are in trouble. Global warming has taken its toll on truffle production in recent years, with some estimates putting total production down 25 percent to 30 percent from what it was 15 years ago. Wine Spectator's Sam Gugino explains.
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