Murcia al vino
Murcia al Vino is a type of Spanish cheese that is made from pasteurized goat's milk and is traditionally produced in the Murcia region of Spain.
The cheese is then soaked in red wine, which gives it a distinctive purple rind and imparts a fruity, tangy flavor to the cheese.
The texture of Murcia al Vino cheese is soft and creamy, with a slightly crumbly interior. The wine soaking process also adds a touch of sweetness to the cheese, making it a popular choice for desserts or as a standalone snack.
It pairs well with fruity red wines, olives, and nuts, and is also a great addition to salads or melted on top of bread for a flavorful sandwich.