Goat cheese is a goodness for the palate, a special cheese that melts in the mouth. This cheese is an agri-food product that is highly appreciated all over the world. Known to many for its particular texture and strong taste, this delicacy is one of the cornerstones of Mediterranean cuisine.
Goat cheese is made from goat’s milk, which is left to ferment to allow the curd to form. The latter is then pressed to eliminate the serum and shaped into different forms, which can vary according to regional habits.
Features and properties
Weight approx. 270 g
Ingredients: pasteurized goat’s milk, lactic ferments, rennet, salt
Milk origin: italy
Goat cheese is a source of high-quality protein and essential amino acids, useful for the growth and maintenance of body tissues. In some situations, taking the right amount of this cheese, with regular consumption, helps reduce the risk of certain diseases. Goat cheese also has a lower fat content than other types of cheese, making it ideal for those who want to keep fit.
Another benefit of goat cheese is its digestion, which is lighter and easier than other more mature cheeses, thanks to its low amount of lactose. Even people with a slight lactose intolerance can enjoy the taste of this cheese without any problems.
Goat cheese pairing
Among the varieties of Italian cheeses remember that goat cheese, especially if not too seasoned, is ideal for aperitifs or as an accompaniment to salads and vegetables.
The consumption of goat cheese can be accompanied by fresh, slightly acidic white wines.
If you want to pair it best with local drinks we recommend pairing it with our Grechetto white wine.
In conclusion, goat cheese is a gastronomic product with a unique flavor and taste, with some properties that make it special. Thanks to its variety, it can satisfy everyone’s tastes, even the most demanding, while offering health benefits.
Truly a gastronomic treasure to be enjoyed without hesitation.