Ruta del Queso, Suipacha

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  • Did, along with three friends, the tour of half day: we found in a local and then visited a House of cheese of style French and the plantation of aŕandanos. In all the places we were received very cordially and we were generously offered to taste. Very cute ride to do in spring or beginning of the summer and take advantage of the harvest of blueberries. You can then explore Suipacha and resting in the town square.
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  • It is a unique place where stands the tranquility of the town. With respect to the route of the route of the cheese was excellent, very well attended us from the meeting point to the places where we visited and very rich all cheeses!. Highly recommended to do so in family, friends or your partner!
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  • We did the full tour, which includes 2 dairies, the wild boar breeding and planting blueberries. On all sides attended us very well and gave us to test the products that made. Fermier (the first cheese factory) tasting is very abundant, and the others are not left behind. The quality of the cheese is tremendous, all done with great dedication, based on recipes and some brought supplies from France. By this, not is riot in the first place if they can follow along! We had fear of left us with hunger, but nothing more far from that. When we arrived to the second tasting (Piedras Blancas, specializing in goat cheeses) we were quite full, and although they give you time to lower slightly the above while they tell you the process and show you an institutional video, to savour still had no hunger again. Although it lacked a little bit of organization, at least the punctual day that we went, all movement route is an excellent strategy to add value to a place that is going on a complex economic situation (milk production and dairy does not live his Prime) and it shows that there is intelligence in the realization that gives a mystique to the place. Highly recommended!
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