Calville Blanc d'hiver
|'Calville Blanc d'hiver'|
|Hybrid parentage||Chance seedling|
|Cultivar||Calville Blanc d'hiver|
Those old apple varieties that carry the name "Calville" are very popular in Germany and noted for unusual looks (somewhat lumpy on the side), but Calville Blanc d'hiver is excellent rewarding when tried, and have 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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