We are excited to introduce Montealva. Pedro and his family have been making cheese for over 50 years. His mother and grandfather used to make cheese in a farmhouse; today it is more modern but still artisanal. Pedro and his sister have 450 Payoyo goats, native to Cadiz. They are hardy animals perfect for their habitat, which are the mountaintops of the area and they forage on grass and other plants that grow there. Montealva joven (young) is aged 60 days and is just arriving to the U.S. while the aged version (5 months) will be here in May. It was very popular at the Food Show in San Francisco, so we hope you get to try it soon!
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