Drunken Goat Spanish cheese ‘Murcia Al Vino’ Cheese in Spain
Drunken Goat cheese so called because it takes a bath in some red wine for a couple of days while being produced. Cheesy recipe books for fans of such.
Murcia al Vino – the ‘Drunken Goat’ cheese.
- Made using the pasteurised milk of the Murciana Goat.
- The rind is dipped twice during ripening process in red wine.
- Artisan-made Spanish product.
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- A small round of white, medium-textured pasteurised goats milk cheese, made using the milk of the Murciana Goat. The natural rind is dipped twice during the ripening process in red wine, so that it absorbs the fruity, slightly spicy flavour and aroma of the wine and also gives it its nickname of the ‘Drunken Goat’! Best drunk with a young red wine to complement the winey flavour of the cheese. (Denomination of Origin Murcia)
Murcia al Vino drunken goat cheese 2.2kg
Murcia al Vino – the ‘Drunken Goat’ cheese
Made using the pasteurised milk of the Murciana Goat
The rind is dipped twice during ripening process in red wine
Artisan-made Spanish product
Buy Spanish food direct from a UK based company
Drunken Goat, aka Queso de Murcia al Vino is essentially a lovely semi-soft goat cheese from Spain that took a bath in some red wine for a couple of days. Some days, I envy the life of this cheese
Wheel of Cabra al Vino! Literally meaning ”goat with wine” this semi-firm pasteurized goat from Spain’s Mediterranean coast is cured for 48-72 hours in Doble Pasta red wine. The paste remains nearly pure white and the rind absorbs a lovely violet hue. The paste is sweet and smooth, delicately grapey, with a gentle, pliable texture and mild fruity flavor. A D.O.P cheese, it pairs well with medium fruity reds.
- Spanish goats milk cheese with the rind washed in wine
- Known as the ‘Drunken Goat’!
- Genuine Spanish artisan cheese
- Buy direct from UK based company
- A 2.2kg round of white, medium-textured pasteurised goats milk cheese, made using the milk of the Murciana Goat. (D.O. Murcia) The natural rind is dipped twice during the ripening process in red wine, so that the it absorbs the fruity, slightly spicy flavour and aroma of the wine and also gives it its nickname of the Drunken Goat! Best drunk with a young red wine to complement the winey flavour of the cheese.
Cheese is an ideal present. Drunken Goat is made only from milk from goats of the Murcian breed from registered herds which graze freely on scrub and coarse pasture characteristic of that dry geographical zone of Spain. The cheese is made in two following forms:
Fresh – presented in cylindrical cheeses of 2 sizes. 5-8cms (2-3 inches) high and 7–9 cm (3-4 inches) diameter weighing about 300grs., and 8–12 cm (3-5 inches) high and 12–18 cm (3-4 inches) diameter and weighing 1 kg.(2.2 lbs) or 2 kg (4.4 lbs).
Cured – presented in cylinders 7–9 cm(3-4 inches) high and 12-18cms.(3-4 inches) diameter weighing 1 kg.(2.2 lbs) or 2 kg (4.4 lbs).
Drunken Goat Spanish cheese ‘Murcia Al Vino’
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