In your fondue pot, heat together dry white wine and garlic.
In a large bowl, combine cheeses and sprinkle 2 tablespoons of cornstarch over the cheese and mix together.
Add lemon juice to the white wine mixture in the fondue pot.
When the garlic becomes fragrant, add ⅓ of the cheese to the fondue pot and stir in cheese. Continue to stir until the cheese has melted.
Add an additional ⅓ of the cheese and stir until the cheese has melted.
Add the remaining cheese. Stir and blend until the cheese has the texture of honey.
Before serving, add freshly ground black pepper and cherry liqueur.
Serve with crusty bread, raw broccoli florets, raw baby carrots, apple slices, or anything else you might like to dip in cheese fondue.
It is important to watch the temperature of your fondue pot. Overheating the mixture may make the cheese clump. Should your cheese start to clump, add a splash of warm wine, and reduce the temperature of the fondue pot.