Madrigal is full-fat semi-hard cow's milk cheese originating from the valley of the river Loire in central France.
It is produced in large, 5 or 12 kg wheels and has the shape of flattened ball. Its taste is characteristically sweet. The cheese rind has a strong amber color, and the interior, with large holes, is yellow like straw. It is easy to slice up and it melts well. Fruit red and white wines are recommended with Madrigal.
Average nutritive value per 100 g