This French bittersweet cider apple remains a bit of a mystery. Creamy firm flesh with aromatic juice, good for blending. It's exact origin is unknown, though with its high tannin count, vigorous growth (notable compared to cider trees in general) and high productivity, it is definitely worth growing. Also noted for good general disease resistance.
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 5
Recommended Use: cider
Ripens: Late Oct
Pollination: Requires a pollinator
Height including roots: 100-200 cm one-year tree