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We were amazed by the hospitality, friendliness, and courtesy of the staff. It was an excellent way to end our day of walking around beautiful Toledo. For only €4 per person, we got to try some amazing Manchego cheese, excellent wine, and learn all about...More
To begin with, don’t come only for the museum. Come for the experience.
We wandered into the museum by accident as we were exploring Toledo. One of the owners, Theresa, immediately introduced herself and explained her store/museum/wine and cheese experience. She suggested we come back...More
I was here for manchego cheese tasting and it was my best decision, excellent cheeses with a cup of wine, very clean, the customer service was amazing, Teresa was very nice, friendly and attentive, I highly highly recommend it.
We took the train from Madrid to Toledo and happened on this place. We wanted a snack as we were eating well later. We were advised about local cheeses and selected a glass of nice red to go with them. They have a nice selection...More
There are 3 rooms you can visit for free where you can see some information about cheese making. You can afterwards (or before) pay 4euros for a wine&cheese tasting. I'm not a fun of wine (at all!) however I have tried a sweet white one...More
Before my family of 4 went on our trip to Spain, I researched cool fun things to do in each city. In the United States we had recently become in love with Manchego cheese and wanted to learn more about it since we were going...More
A small but perfect little museum. The cheese and wine taster was very good value. The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. They were very good with our 3yo daughter. They had a great selection of wine, cheese and a few odd things (like beer...More
Entrance to this tiny museum is free and well worth your time. The actual museum is very small with a brilliantly informative video showing how the cheese is made. After we visited the museum, we visited the cathedral and then went back to the museum...More
A lovely place to spend
It’s not exactly a museum ( they explain about the cheese making process), it’s more a place to taste the cheese ( 4 euro a plate with cheese and glass of wine)
And of course to buy cheese and wine...More