Porcini mushrooms are brown-capped mushrooms with thick, white stalks. The caps can range in size from an inch to nearly a foot, but most collected specimens are no more than a few inches. The caps have a convex shape when young, giving them the ideal appearance for mushrooms, and require no prep other than a quick clean. Because of their status in fine cuisine, their short season, and how difficult they are to cultivate, porcini mushrooms can be pricey. A pound of fresh porcini costs between $30-$60 depending on the quality, with dried mushrooms priced a little lower.Thespruceeats
The dress is very dense, of a deep color.
The nose develops a beautiful breed, with richness and complexity combining aromas of very ripe red fruits, garrigue and black olives.
The mouth is very powerful with a very rich and very ripe material, expressing notes of red fruits and black olives accompanying an endless finish.