CHLB19 - Taste Workshops
The Auvergne fellowship
Sunday, September 20, 2015 - 4 PM Sala Liceo Scientifico
Via Vittorio Emanuele, 312 - Bra (Cn)
For further informations about available places, please contact the “Reception Events” at Vicolo Chiaffrini, 2 – Bra, during the days of the event.
The southern French region of Auvergne is home to some of the country's most famous cheeses, such as Saint Nectaire, Salers and Cantal. Despite the fact that cheesemaking traditions and techniques have been passed down for centuries, large holes in the production specifications have had a serious impact on cheese quality. In 2013, Hervé Mons, France's best affineur, set up a cave d'affinage here, to protect and support the traditional producers. This led to the creation of the Arvernes (Auvergne) cheese-aging fellowship, which respects a strict set of rules in regards to agriculture, cattle diet and milk use. Come and enjoy an exceptional tasting of Saint Nectaire, Salers and Cantal, produced with 100% milk from Salers cows.
Member: € 27,00
Non Member: € 30,00
Keep an eye out for the Presidia logo
It indicates the presence of Slow Food Presidia at the workshop.