Cheese Review

The Pines “Three Daughters” Cheddar (TAS)

The Pines Three Daughters Cheddar
The Pines Three Daughters Cheddar

The Pines “Three Daughters” Cheddar: Review

Very nice young cheddar. “Three Daughters” cheddar by Tasmania’s The Pines is a rindless cheddar yellow in colour. It’s very thick and smooth in the mouth, almost chewy at times. Nutty and creamy flavour with a hint of mushroon and meatiness

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Wine Matching | Wine Pairing

This cheese is powerful and so a full bodied wine is required to match. Try a Bordeaux blend, or a shiraz, or Aussie chardonnay. Scotch and whiskey will do nicely, and I suspect so would a dry sherry.

Where to Buy

I got mine from IGA Boccaccio in Melbourne. Check with Pyengana for your nearest stockist.


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