Pecorino Gessato’s Taste
A mild, yet rich raw sheep’s milk cheese from Tuscany. The rind of Pecorino Gessato houses notes of walnut and fresh baked wheat bread, whereas the paste exhibits hints of onion and orange zest. If you want a thicker and less obtrusive alternative to Pecorino Romano, look no further!
Serving Pecorino Gessato
This salty and crumbly cheese pairs well with any heavy red or full bodied white wine. Try it with a lager and grated over pasta for a twist on the old classic.
How Pecorino Gessato is Made
The farm, Fattoria Lischeto, operates entirely off of renewable energy to keep their flock of around one thousand sheep happy.