Rocinante makes their cheese the beautiful region in spain called Malagon in Ciudad Real. This wine is a pressed paste cheese made of pasteurised goat's milk and submerged in red wine from 24-72 hours and then aged for 30 days. It has just a hint of red wine flavors. The cheese should be left to warm to a temperature of nearly 60º F so it melts in your mouth.
The texture is firm and compact, ivory in colour, with irregular granular holes/eyes.
Aroma Soft and pleasant aroma with goat bottoms and fruity character that confers the red wine of its rind.
Pairing Nuts and toasted hazelnuts. Perfect pairing with a delicious and very cold glass of Cava Brut.
Consumption The cheese should be left to warm to a temperature of nearly 16º C before serving, as it is best eaten at this temperature.