Don Gonzalo cheese
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Don Gonzalo is a soft, semi-fresh, pasteurised cows' milk cheese, produced by the Sanchez family of the Quesería Artesanal Temia in the 'concejo' of Grao in the Asturias. It is named after the 13th century Count Gonzalo Peláez de Coalla and has been produced since 2006.
This rindless cheese is formed into a roll and coated with spices and fines herbes. It is matured for 20 days and is available in two weights, 1kg and 350g. The cheese has a clean cut, is compact and creamy and has a fine texture. It has a mild, but acidic flavour, with an aftertaste combining acidity and herbiness. The aroma is of green herbs and spices. thyme, with a hint of wild flowers.
In 2008 and 2009, the cheese was voted 'Best Cheese' in the 'Certamen Asturias' (a local contest).
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|Queso blanco cheese||310|
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