National Cheese Fondue Day + a $100 Melting Pot Gift Card!

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TOMORROW is National Cheese Fondue Day! OH YUM!!! There is nothing better than cheese and especially the various fondue cheeses at the Melting Pot. Do you agree?!

In celebration for National Cheese Fondue Day, The Melting Pot will be offering Grand Cru Surchoix, which is Emmi Roth’s 2016 World Championship Cheese, in fondue form! Perfect for the cheese aficionados of the world, the Grand Cru Surchoix is a mellow alpine cheese aged for nine months and winner of the 2016 World Championship Cheese Contest. The first American cheese maker to win the award in almost 30 years, Emmi Roth USA combined the finest milk from family farms in southern Wisconsin and crafted the award-winning cheese in authentic copper vats. The careful crafting brings out light floral notes, nutty undertones, a hint of fruitiness and a full-flavored finish.Melting Pot

With cheese consumption on the rise in the U.S., National Cheese Fondue Day is the perfect day to celebrate The Melting Pot’s limited edition World Champion Cheese Fondue, a blend of the nine-month aged World Champion Roth Grand Cru Surchoix alpine cheese, white wine, shallots, Dijon mustard and scallions. The Championship Cheese Fondue will be available for $4.11 — get it, $4.11 on 4/11. That is right! Only $4.11 on 4/11! A total steal if you ask me!Melting Pot

In addition to the World Champion Cheese Fondue, The Melting Pot is bringing back customer-favorite, award-winning beverages and a special four-course menu. The award-winning spring beverages are crafted and specially selected to accompany the spring menu. Beverages include Saloon Sour, Summertime Sipper, Lively Lemon Shandy, Mezzacorona Pinot Grigio and Belle Ambiance Pinot Noir. The four-course menu includes the World Champion Cheese Fondue, a house salad, Classic Entrée and Flaming Turtle chocolate fondue. The Melting Pot’s communal fondue dining experience allows for up to four individual portions of cheese fondue to be shared in one fondue pot. Each cheese fondue is served with artisan bread and seasonal vegetables for dipping.

WIN IT: One winner will receive a $100 Melting Pot Gift Card. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to watch the video above and tell me what you learned in the comment section proceeding this post. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest filling it out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck! 
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  1. says

    This is a 9-month process and is from farms in WI. They use copper vats to create a unique flavor. I just wanted to grab that piece of cheese he was sampling and pop it in my mouth. Made it look so yummy!

  2. Kelly D says

    I learned that their cheese has a 9 month aging process from made from dairy from family farms in Wisconsin.

  3. Renee Walters says

    I never heard of this place. So cool! I learned that there is a 9 month aging process for the cheese.

  4. says

    I learned that it takes quality milk from family farmers in southern winsconsin and authentic copper lined vats create a select flavor profle. I also leaned it takes a love of cheese because cellar masters taste the cheese weekly through the 9 month aging process!

  5. Susan D says

    I didn’t know they have their own cheese masters who taste the aging cheese or that they have special pots that perfect the cooking process. No wonder they have such a good product.

  6. ellen beck says

    I learned that the cheese is made in southern Wisconsin in copper pots. I also learned the use quality milk.

  7. Linda Szymoniak says

    I found that the Melting Pot uses cheese that comes from family dairy farms in southern Wisconsin. I didn’t realize it was a Roth company. I was just looking up information on them yesterday, since one of their products took top international honors last year (and I’m wanting desperately to get my hands on some of that cheese). My nephew and his family live in Monroe, WI, so I’m wanting to take a tour and do some shopping at the Roth location there the next time we visit them. We are big cheese eaters at our house.

  8. Jill Rivera says

    The dairy comes from family run farms in Wisconsin and it’s aged for 9 month. The family use cooper vat to make the cheese.

  9. robyn paris says

    I liked the video but was especially intrigued on the way they used a contraption to pull cheese out from the middle to taste test.

  10. Lauryn R says

    Yummy! I am definitely obsessed with cheese, lol. Surprisingly though, I have never had fondue! I love that they taste the cheese throughout the 9 month aging process. :)

  11. Elizabeth Miller says

    I learned that tasters taste the cheese weekly throughout the 9 month aging process. I learned that the milk to make the cheese comes from farms in Wisconsin. I also learned they use copper vats to create each single flavor..

  12. barbg says

    I learned they use all fresh and natural ingredients in all of their foods. I have never eaten here but would like to now after seeing the video.

  13. Ashley C says

    I learned that this cheese is aged for 9 months! It makes me hungry watching the video! It looks delicious :)

  14. Robin Abrams says

    I learned that there is a 9 month aging process for the cheese and that they taste it every week through the process

  15. Emma Kane says

    They age the cheese for 9 months! no wonder it’s so delicious! I always go there for my birthday every year.

  16. Rachel says

    I learned that the milk they use to make cheese is from South Eastern Wisconsin which is where I grew up!

  17. Crissie Woolard says

    I love the melting pot. I love them even more after watching this video. I learned that they use fresh ingredients and that the cheese ages for 9months

  18. katklaw777 says

    I learned that I am hungry for some ooey gooey melted cheese and that taste testers taste the cheese weekly through a 9 month period of aging the cheeses…yum!.

  19. says

    I was surprised about the nine month process. That is truly dedication to producing a quality product! Thanks for the informative video and the awesome giveaway opportunity!

  20. Stacie H says

    Cellar masters test the cheese weekly during the aging process. I want that job! :) I love cheese and I love The Melting Pot! I would really like to win! ♡

  21. Kristin McCall says

    I learned that the Melting pot uses high quality ingredients and it takes a team of professionals to make sure the ingredients are at the highest quality.

  22. Anne Higgins says

    I keep closing the page and video – UGH –
    The best thing I have learned is I want the job as a cheese tester – YUM. Love the freshness statement.

  23. Wilma P says

    First of all I have been to the Melting Pot and it is fabulous. I learned from the video that it takes quality milk, copper lined pans and 9 months aging to make the wonderful cheese

  24. Rebecca W says

    I love that they use Wisconsin cheese! I might be biased, but I think we have the best cheese. We are the dairy state after all. I love cheese fondue, and this would be perfect to celebrate our anniversary coming up!

  25. Annmarie W. says

    I had no idea before that their cheese came from Wisconsin…but that makes sense since Melting Pot cheese always seems so fresh!

  26. Paol Trenny says

    I love the quality of milk from the farm in Wisconsin to the care the and taste tester done by the curator to create the cheese for the fondue at the melting pot.

  27. joni taylor says

    I learned that tasters taste the cheese weekly throughout the 9 month aging process. I learned that the milk to make the cheese comes from farms in Wisconsin. I also learned they use copper vats to create each single flavor..

  28. Rhonda Y says

    I learned that the cheese they use comes from family farms in Wisconsin. That cheese tasting job must be great!

  29. Michelle says

    Cellar Masters taste the cheese weekly (yum!). I wonder if they get tired of eating cheese? LOL

  30. Carrie Lancon says

    I loved learning how they age it for long months and check it regularly. I love how they use cheese from family run farms.

  31. Brenna H. says

    I learned that the cheese comes from family farms in Wisconsin – which is really cool – and that it goes through a 9-month aging process!

  32. Audrey says

    I learned that the aging process for the cheese is 9 months, and that they taste it regularly until perfect. That’s a job I’d love to have!

  33. Kathy Davis says

    Lots of good information, but mostly my eyeballs were on the delicious looking food. Yum! I learned that I want to go right now!Thanks for a great giveaway. :)

  34. Cee S. says

    The nine month aging process was interesting to me. We love the Melting Pot. My husband took me there for one of our first dates 15 years ago!

  35. Jessica Whitehouse says

    It takes 9 months to make the cheese!
    I’ve never been to The Melting Pot, but I want to try it- would make a great date night dinner.

  36. susan smoaks says

    i learned that the world class cheese makes world class fondue, it’s a long 9 month process and it’s so delicious

  37. Arik Issan says

    The copper lined vats contribute to a unique flavor profile. And the aging process … important.

  38. Jennifer Reed says

    I learned to have exceptional cheese fondue you have to start with quality milk and special copper lined vats that impart certain flavors and people who love cheese to care for the finished product as it ages.

  39. Joy Venters says

    The cheese is aged 9 months and they taste the cheese on a regular basis to make sure it is ready

  40. Brigitte Bauman says

    “Cellar Masters Taste The Cheese Weekly” which I assume guarantees that the product continues to pass the company’s quality test.

  41. Kerry p says

    I learned that they use copper vats to impact the flavor and they age their cheese nine months

  42. Taryn T says

    We have never been to the Melting Pot, but I have always wanted to. My husband always made fun of the cheese, saying it was probably Velveeta! I like that they know where the cheese, aged nine months, comes from, I mean, which farms they come from! Amazing! Also, I would like to apply for the cheese tasting job.

  43. courtney wood says

    The video made me want to change jobs and work with cheese! I love that they use high quality ingredients.

  44. says

    Just want to let you know I signed up for the new email list, but it’s impossible to tell if it really works. So, I either just signed up 3 – 4 times, or not at all?

    Not sure?

  45. Darlene Owen says

    I learned that they use copper lined pots and tasted it often throughout the process of aging.

  46. Carolyn Daley says

    I learned that the cheese is made from high quality milk that comes from family farms in Wisconsin.

  47. Kathryn C says

    wow I’ve never been to this restaurant and the video prompted me to do a search and yay! there is one about an hour’s drive away…so I look forward to trying it out!

    Kathryn C

  48. Elicia P says

    First thing I learned is that I am now craving melting pot cheese or just cheese in general. The second I learned is that the cheese is aged for 9 months and tested weekly.

  49. Manda Gamble says

    The copper lined vats give a unique flavor. The cheese is from Wisconsin…mooooo! :) I’ve always wanted to a melting pot, closest thing I’ve had to fondue is melting chocolate at home…lol

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