Goat cheese is a type of cheese with an intense flavor and characteristic smell, normally its texture is a compact and creamy paste, somewhat buttery on the palate.

Garrotxa cheese - The Iberians
Garrotxa Cheese
  Description Artesanal Cheese from Catalonia made from pasteurised goats cheese. Accompany with bread and olive oil, fruit or jams. Perfect with salads.   Pairing A cheese which combines especially well with a crisp, cask-aged white wine or a young red wine.   Sensorial Firm but elastic textured cheese without holes which becomes soft and velvety in the mouth. Creamy taste with notes of the forest in the Autumn.     Download the info sheet
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Murcia al Vino PDO - The Iberians
Murcia al Vino Cheese PDO
  Description Pressed, washed, uncooked cheese made from Murcian goat´s milk and cured for a minimum of 45 days for large cheeses and 30 days for small ones. Macerated in red wine during ripening to give the rind the characteristic color and aroma. A pleasantly sharp aroma and unsalty flavor. The red wine in which the cheese is soaked during ripening gives a flowery aroma and a pleasant aftertaste with reminiscences of goat’s milk and cream. The texture is creamy and elastic. The pate is semi-soft with small eyes, ivory white, slightly acidic and creamy to taste. On the outside, the rind appears purple, characteristic of red wine baths during maturation. As with other Spanish cheeses, Queso de Murcia is eaten with beer or wine or as a part of meal with fruits & nuts.   Pairing Best combined with young, fresh white wines or Rioja Spanish red wines.   Sensorial Firm and elastic texture with a mild to medium taste. Light wine bouquet.     Download the info sheet
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