Manchego with Red Wine, or "Purple Goat Manchego", gets its interesting purple color from blending the raw goat milk with Cencibel, a red wine made from the greatest of Spanish grapes. Cencibel is from central and southern Spain, specifically the La Mancha region just like Manchego.
The Manchego with Red Wine is aged for 6-8 months. Its taste is milky with shades of red wine and the rind is purple and well-defined with the iconic basket weave pattern that typifies Manchegos. Try pairing this cheese with light crisp whites and light to medium-bodied red wines.
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