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Caves Roquefort Papillon, Roquefort Sur Soulzon
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  • We enjoyed the "free" tour of the cellars of the butterfly dairy, who taught us all what to know about the Roquefort, his designation of protected origin and its development from the collection of the Lacaune sheep's milk until ripening. A very good guide and a very good visit scheduled time but 1 hour and 20 minutes in fact, as a result of the multiplicity of questions... I highly recommend this tour.
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  • Your beautiful tour old Butterfly with good feedback and very interesting cellars. They were advised by the office of tourism of Roquefort and it did not disappoint. In short, genuine and nice visit!
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  • I'm now more moderate on the issue. Major groups, such as company and butterfly, make international export. The principle of these companies became industrial. They produce a great deal at the expense of small producers of roquefort on a human scale. The visit is historic, charming and rooted in a past that shows the value of the land. There's more cheese in the cellars, for reasons of European standards. You have just a well-crafted speech, with the butterfly mark at the end of each sentence. I have nothing learned more about the production of this cheese. I could make up my mind on this product, good, but standardized. However, I bought a panel before leaving. A little disappointed, the rural image isn't. At the exit, I went to compare in a small family house... The cheese was much higher and fragrant.
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  • Some lengthy moments but overall very instructive and fun, so it's definitely worth it. The guide was awesome.
  • Very good products and a team of friendly and helpful (except for the wallet). Not to be missed.
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  • on the spot yesterday with Alsatian cousins! very friendly, free the old cellars tour with a guide. The tasting prompted us to buy our favorite.
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  • Visit and tasting...
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  • A great visit! A video of 15-minute introduction on the origins of Roquefort butterfly as well as current techniques of production. Then the visit of cellars in a warm, friendly atmosphere with a few touches of humor. The guides speak several languages (unlike those of society), take the time to explain and to answer questions. The tasting is rich enough and explained products. A company without pretense, of high quality, which has kept his soul and his modesty. We have visited twice with two different guides, and each time the same pleasure. To visit absolutely! NdT: visit and free tasting. Duration of about 30-40 minutes. A visit between December and June. Besides, there is no production because they respect the period of gestation of the sheep. NES: even if society is known and recognized, famous in the world, I find that the visit is not worth the detour, especially that it is really not nice and pay (see my comment on Google Maps on Roquefort company). The cellars of Roquefort Papillon are largely worth moving.
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