The Monterey Jack cheddar pairs well with a dry rosé. The crisp, red fruit you find in a Provence Rosé is delicious but delicate, and the mellow flavour you find in Monterey Jack complements the wine gracefully without overpowering it.
In addition to this, the steely minerality of a Provence Rosé is a great contrast to the smooth, soft texture of the cheese. An off-dry Rosé will have a little bit more sugar and body to the wine. The watermelon and strawberry flavours make the wine a good partner with Monterey Jack. You can’t go wrong with either style of Rosé to jazz up this Monterey Jack.