The Pleistocene in Talpa de Allende
Talpa de Allende, Jalisco
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Two oval swamps gave its name to this region, El Valle de los Ojos Negros, which is famous for the outstanding quality of its cheese and wines.
Start your journey with a trip to the artisanal cheese cellar belonging to the Ramonetti family, maintained manufacturing tradition for four generations. Learn about their cheese-making processes and enjoy a tour of the valleys that have been settled by cattle ranches.
Let the hosts tell you the secrets of the trade, from raising and milking the cattle to selection, preparation and packaging of the finished product. Try an exquisite fresh cheeses, and if you have a preference for strong flavors, a two-year-old cheese will be the perfect pair for your regionally produced wine choice.
Excellent wines are produced in the area, such as those produced by the Bodegas de San Rafael, which was the first winery established in the area. Be sure to visit the amazing underground cellar and enjoy a delicious outdoor meal made with ingredients sourced from the nearby orchards. Pair your meal with their famous Passion or Delirio wines, or a number of other delicious wines.
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