Calville Blanc d'hiver

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Malus 'Calville Blanc d'hiver'
Malus-Weißer-Winterkalvill.jpg
Hybrid parentage Chance seedling
Cultivar Calville Blanc d'hiver
Origin France, 1600s
Weisser Winter Calvill, drawn by Wilhelm Lauche

The Calville Blanc d'hiver (Calville's white winter) is an apple cultivar. It originated in France in the 17th century from a chance seedling.[1]

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.[citation needed]

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