Around here when Mont d'Or season is in full swing every restaurant is boasting some special limited-time-only dish featuring the cheese. Mont d'Or pizza, savory crêpes, fondue, etc.
A word on the wine: wines from Jura are often referred to by the French as "spécial" which doesn't quite mean the same thing as "special" - well, it can, but it can also carry the connotation of "odd", "bizarre", or "different". It's somewhat of an acquired taste, but one I would highly recommend acquiring because I've never tasted any wine like vin de Jura. It's yellowish in color and it has a very strong, sweet hay scent. It should be served like a red wine, that is to say cool, around 50°F. It has notes of saffron and spice and it can have almost a sweet aftertaste, like honey. I would describe it as tasting "warm", if that gives you some kind of idea.