Spanish Gourmet Cheese

Browse our selection of Spanish gourmet cheeses. Spain is another great cheese producing country and we are very pleased to see that more of you appreciate the great creations that come from this Iberian Peninsula. Manchego is almost a household name, but did you know that Spain is producing some great goat milk cheeses and some fabulous blues? Try them and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

We will be adding exciting new Spanish Gourmet Cheeses frequently, so come back soon!

Our Featured Spanish Gourmet Cheese
Picture of manchego 3-4 months old
Manchego can be devoured at many ages; this variety is 3-4 months old and aged naturally, gradually forming its yellowish golden rind and an ivory colored cheese with a rich, buttery flavor. It is less dry than older Manchegos, but already has the flavor characteristic of a well-matured. We cut and wrap this cheese in wedges of 8 ounces and 1 pound. read more...
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  • Tetilla D.O. is an unusual Spanish gourmet cheese. D.O means that its production is controlled by the Spanish Government, a status reserved for only select Quesos Tradicionales. The remarkable thing about this Spanish gourmet cheese is its shape; it looks like a child's spinning top or a woman's breast if you like. This wide conical cheese from Galicia is made from the milk of cows grazed on the l... read more
  • Manchego is produced in the La Mancha region of Spain, home of Don Quixote, and is a very popular Spanish cheese. Manchego is made with raw or pasteurized sheep's milk. Our 8 months old Manchego is made with raw sheep's milk. The rind of this Spanish gourmet cheese is inedible and it has a distinctive, characteristic to the Manchego, basket weave pattern pressed in the rind. There are specific dif... read more
  • The Drunken Goat or Murcia al Vino is a young Spanish goat's milk cheese that is soaked in Doble Pasta Wine for 48-72 hours and then aged for a couple of months. This incredible goat cheese is made the Murcia region of Spain, which is on the Mediterranean coast. When you taste this gourmet cheese you will experience a mild and rich flavor, and clear sweet and spicy finish from the wine. But while ... read more
  • Manchego can be devoured at many ages; this variety is 3-4 months old and aged naturally, gradually forming its yellowish golden rind and an ivory colored cheese with a rich, buttery flavor. It is less dry than older Manchegos, but already has the flavor characteristic of a well-matured. We cut and wrap this cheese in wedges of 8 ounces and 1 pound.... read more
  • Romao or queso al romero in Spanish which means cheese with rosemary, is an artisanal sheep's milk cheese from La Mancha in Spain. This aged gourmet cheese is related to the Manchego cheese. Romao is hand-rubbed with oil (lard) and fresh rosemary and aged in caves for 8 months. The oil and rosemary permeates the cheese and complements its full flavor. The result is a firm chewy cheese with a compl... read more
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