Calville Blanc d'hiver
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|Malus 'Calville Blanc d'hiver'|
|Hybrid parentage||Chance seedling|
|Cultivar||Calville Blanc d'hiver|
It is noted for unusual looks (somewhat lumpy on the side) but excellent reward when tried, and for having an unusually high vitamin C content. It is the apple of choice for Tarte Tatin in France.
- Paul Barbano, "Calville Blanc d’Hiver is the ultimate gourmet French variety", Cape Gazette, 4 February 2010 (Subscription required)
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