Really enjoyed our visit to the Roquefort caves - my French wasn't really up to following the tour guide fully but my other half is more fluent and was able to translate the salient points. The moving model of the land on which Roquefort sits and the inevitable 'sons et lumiere' that the French love were a bit pointless but thankfully weren't terribly long. The tour itself lasted about 1 hour. The caves are quite remarkable and very extensive and the tasting at the end provides a sample of the 3 types of roquefort which this company produces. Regrettably the two best ones don't appear to be exported much if at all so we won't be able to get them in the UK. As was explained on the tour, roquefort can't be left out a cool environment for more than 1 day so unfortuntely as we were travelling for another week, we couldn't buy any.
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