Roncal comes from the rich sheep milk of the legendary Lacha and Aragonesa breeds of oveja sheep. Depending on the season, these herds graze in the high Pyrénées or the Bardena area of Navarra, the province that was the setting for Ernest Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises." Roncal, made in one of seven villages in the Valle de Roncal, has nutty and piquant flavors with a firm texture. Somewhat similar to Pecorino Toscano and Manchego, Roncal has its own unique, mouth-watering character and pairs well with many types of wine but you may especially enjoy it with a Sauvignon Blanc or a Tempranillo. Pairs well with cider.