manchego


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man·che·go

 (män-chā′gō, -chĕ′-)
n.
A firm cheese made from sheep's milk, having a piquant, nutty flavor and small holes, made in the region of La Mancha in Spain.

[Spanish (queso) manchego, (cheese) of La Mancha.]
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Cat went for classic Manchego with crackerbread, quince jelly and vanilla cream - yes, really - with a mini bottle of sangria.
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Cut 60g chorizo and 60g manchego into small cubes and add them to the pulsed dry flour mixture with a pinch of smoked paprika.
Region: Rioja Vaiietal:Tempranillo Price: $95 Aromas: Licorice, currant, guava and walnuts Flavors: Black pepper, ripe plum, lactic Impression: Great character, silky, subtle Structure: Medium body, past its best already Drink with: Manchego Why I loved this wine?
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