Montagne du Jura: How it tastes & how it's made
Janet Fletcher has good things to say about Montagne du Jura at the San Francisco Chronicle. Note: this Swiss cheese does not have holes in it:
If the phrase "Swiss cheese" still conjures the sort of holey slice that you put in a mousetrap, please treat yourself to a generous wedge of Montagne du Jura. This lovely raw-milk cheese from the canton of Bern, in northwest Switzerland, is definitely Swiss cheese. But I would not sacrifice even a nibble to any purpose other than my own or my guests' pleasure.
The Spielhofer family that makes Montagne du Jura buys its cow's milk from an 80-year-old cooperative that specializes in Gruyere. Montagne du Jura resembles Gruyere in flavor, but in format it is closer to Appenzeller, another Swiss mountain specialty.