Zamarano refers to a semi hard cheese made from the high quality, pasteurized and unpasteurized milk of Churra sheep from the small town of Zamora, Spain. Similar to Manchego with a nutty, "sheep" flavor.

Food Pairings
Apples, Grapes

Wine Pairings
Rioja, Aged Spanish Sherry, Sangria

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