From the Murcia region of Spain, Caña de Oveja is a sheep's milk cheese log with a bloomy rind. The cheese provides a buttery and lightly tangy flavor. Cana de Oveja is aged for about 21 days. You may find it pre-cut in slices at your local store. Just make sure that the rind does not look dark and as if it is decaying which might indicate it is past its prime. Serve as an appetizer or dessert cheese.
Cowgirl Creamery suggests pairing with Sauvignon Blanc, Rioja, Viognier. It is also good with dried figs and raw almonds.
This Spanish cheese may be difficult to find locally. Look for it in specialty cheese shops or in a grocery store with a very well-stocked cheese department. You may also easily find it online at Gourmetfoodworld.com.