Cheese Review

The Pines “Three Daughters” Cheddar (NSW)

The Pines Three Daughters Cheddar
The Pines Three Daughters Cheddar

The Pines “Three Daughters” Cheddar: Review

Very nice young cheddar. “Three Daughters” cheddar by New South Wales’ 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.


  1. Might want to update the information here.
    This cheese is not Tasmanian, it’s from Kiama NSW

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