Fully aged cheeses are often stiffy and hard with a nutty and salty flavor.
Fully aged cheeses needs tannic Red Wines:
Fully aged cheeses needs full bodied White Wines:
Fully aged cheeses pair well with Sparkling Wines:
Fully aged cheeses also pair well with Dessert Wines:
Dry Jack is an aged version of Monterey Jack.
It is a hard cheese, aged for more than six months much like Parmesan.
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