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The Best Portuguese Cheese

Submitted by on December 21, 2011 – 12:12 amNo Comment

Queijaria Guilherme from Serpa (Alentejo), Portugal, won a national contest with its cured sheep’s milk cheese.

The Gold Medal in National Competition for Traditional Portuguese Cheese is the recognition of quality for the product, which was launched last February by Queijaria Guilherme.

The company, founded ten years ago on the left bank of the Guadiana River, also received Honorable Mention for Atabafado fresh goat cheese in the contest “Three Days of Cheese.”

Both competitions are conducted with blind tastings and the juries are composed of experts in cheese. According to the notes of evidence “cheese bouquet delivers a smooth, clean and slightly acidic. Its texture is creamy in the mouth.”

(Photo courtesy of Queijaria Guilherme)

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