MADRID — Don Quixote’s role in Spanish cheese sales has merited a ruling by the European Union Court of Justice.
The court issued its opinion in a Spanish case over the labelling of the country’s famous manchego cheese.
The cheese is from Spain’s La Mancha, where the 17th-century novel “Don Quixote de La Mancha,” by Miguel de Cervantes, is set. Under EU law, only cheese from that region can be called “queso manchego.”
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