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We booked a tour for 10 people including (perfect!!!) English translation and some cheese tasting afterwards. It was very nice to hear and see some details you normally don’t get to know in the regular TV reports. Including details about acid measurements and lactic acid...More
The cheese maker took a lot of time to really show and describe the cheese making process and was very excited to answer all of our questions. The tasting at the end was very generous and the cheeses superb!
This family owned and operated cheese factory is hidden away and easy to miss if you didn't know it was there. On Wednesday and Friday mornings you can join the in the process of making cheese along with a two hour tour. We didn't find...More