Piper's Pyramid is named after Judy Schad's fiery red-haired granddaughter, Piper, and modeled after the French Valençay, a Loire valley goat's milk classic. During production, fresh goat's milk is curdled and formed into small pyramids with flat instead of pointed tops. The cheeses are then dusted in paprika and left to develop a slight bloom. Piper's Pyramid may be consumed either fresh or slightly aged. Here at Artisanal Premium Cheese, we like to let them ripen and liquefy a bit. The creamy texture and slightly piquant bite of Piper's Pyramid call for a sparkling wine or rosé. One piece weighs approximately 10 ounces.