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Egremont Russet

Description:
The origin of this highly acclaimed apple appears to have been lost. It is thought to have originated in England and was first recorded here is 1872 and received the Award of Merit from the RHS in 1870.

Tasting Notes:
The beautiful russeted skin of this apple combined with its cream tinged juice produces a juice with a distinctive rich nutty flavour.

A very complex drink for you to enjoy.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Gala

Description:
A mid season dessert apple raised in New Zealand in 1934 by J.H. Kidd of Greytown, Wairarapa from Kidd’s Orange Red x Golden Delicious.

Tasting Notes:
The flavour can be very sweet dependant upon the season it has been harvested and it has an interesting hint of pear drops providing a distinctive taste.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Kidd’s Orange Red

Description:
A mid to very late dessert apple was raised in New Zealand in 1924 by J.H. Kidd of Greytown, Wairarapa from Cox’s Orange Pippin x Delicious.

Tasting Notes:
A stunning apple which is similar to Cox’s Orange Pippin but with a slightly sweeter, vineous flavour.
This apple juice is a firm favourite with children.

Available in 250ml and 750ml bottles.

Royal Gala

Description:
Royal Gala originates from New Zealand and it is a cultigen made from a redder sport of the Gala apple in the 1970’s.

Tasting Notes:
One of the last apples to pick in our orchard, Royal Gala creates a beautifully sweet juice with a crisp flavour.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Ingrid Marie

Description:
An attractive dessert apple which was found in the Garden of Hoed School near Flemloese on the island of Fyn in Denmark in about 1910, named after a teacher Mr Madsen’s daughter who died very young. The parentage is thought to be a chance seedling of Cox’s Orange Pippin.

Tasting Notes:
The flesh is cream tinged green with the red skin colour bleeding into the flesh providing a crisp juice with a slight aroma.

Available in 750ml bottles.