Roquefort, the hidden secret of France’s Aveyron region
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Roquefort (blue cheese) is one of the world’s most famous cheeses. It is made in a small French village of 700 inhabitants, nestled at the foot of the Combalou rock, in the southern Aveyron region. We take you into the cellars of Delphine Carles, where the cheese has been made for three generations.