Cider Apples

Originated in 1872, Normandy France.  Fruit maturity varies at harvest, mid-late maturity; late September to early October, (just after Kingston Black) fruit will fall to ground if not harvested on time.  Mildly bitter, soft tannins, precocious, productive annual producer.  Can be a good stand-alone cider but also good blended.  Mid-late season bloom.  Slightly susceptible to scab.  Fruit are small/medium yellow/green colour.

Bittersweet: Tannins >0.2%, Malic acid <0.45%
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