South of the Massif Central, in the former province of Rouergue, in the heart of an arid country and tortured, there is nothing other than Roquefort, "... which makes neither vine nor grain wheat "in the words of a charter of Charles VII ...
The plateau Combalou collapsed, thousands of years ago, gave birth to a huge rock slides. It is within these dislocations in the rock, the Roquefort caves were built. Moist air enters through long holes called "fleurines". This mechanism promotes the dispersion of penicillium roqueforti needed to develop blue veining. The natural environment maintains and biological conditions unique.
|Terroir :||Aveyron, Rouergue|
|M. grasse :||52%|
|Poids :||2.50 Kg|