Zamorano - sheep's milk semi-soft cheese - 8 oz/227 gr, Spain. Zamorano is an ancient cheese from Castile y Leon. It is made from raw milk of the region's Churra and Castellano sheep. Its rind has the familiar zigzag pattern of many Spanish cheeses. Its name comes from the city Zamora and has a dry, ungummy texture and distinctly nutty flavor. You can serve it with ham, melon, pears, tomatoes, crusty bread and a solid red wine. Compliments: Goes well with crackers and olives or melted in an omelet. Appropriate wines: RIoja Alta, Penedes, strong cabernet. You can try also with stout beer.