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Introduced: Early 1700s, Gloucestershire UK
What it lacks in looks, this old, leathery English apple makes up for in flavor: spicy, complex, tart, and intense. A highly valued apple for juicing and cider.
Late Season - Heirloom, Cider
Introduced: 1850, Netherlands
This tangy, heavily-russetted apple originated from the Netherlands in the 1850s. Its large size and firm flesh makes it ideal for pies, while its sharp flavor is enjoyed by those who like a little kick to their apples!
Late Season - Fresh, pies
Introduced: 1500s, France
Calville Blanc is a very old apple originating from Normandy, France in the early 1600s. The perfect choice for tarte aux pommes, its spicy aromatic flavor makes it one of the world’s top culinary apples.
Late Season - Pies
Introduced: 1915, New York USA
A cross between McIntosh and Ben Davis, this popular apple exhibits a sweet vinous flavor and crisp refreshing bite.
Mid Season - Pies
Introduced: 1966, New York
This well-known, bruise resistant lunchbox apple has a balanced sweet-tart taste and crisp texture ideal for fresh eating. Its appealing deep color and melon undertones can be attributed to its parents: McIntosh and Red Delicious.
Mid Season - Fresh
Introduced: 1930s, New Zealand
This favorite fresh eating apple has a very aromatic and sweet flavor and crisp, firm texture. Galas are related to Golden Delicious and are similarly loved by Americans, ranking as the 6th most eaten apple in the USA!
Mid Season - Fresh, Pies
Introduced: 1960s, Virginia
This is an early apple with Golden Delicious lineage. This delicious dessert apple is firm, juicy and becomes sweeter with its rosy blush.
Early Season - Fresh
Introduced: 1991, Minnesota
As it’s name implies, this favorite fresh eating apple has an exceptionally crisp and juicy texture, and an outstanding honey flavored sweetness. As you bite into the cream-colored flesh, the large cells explode with juice in your mouth. An offspring of Keepsake, one of our favorites!
Mid Season - Fresh
Introduced: 1950s, Oregon
This wonderfully russeted apple has a sweet, nutty flesh and crunchy bite. Late season and oblong shaped, Hudson’s Golden Gem is an excellent chance seedling (one that wasn't developed, but just luckily arose) that originated in Oregon.
Late Season - Fresh
Introduced: 1980 Lespinasse, France
Offspring of Gala and Redfree, Initial is a striking, early ripening apple with a crisp flesh and mild acidity. It is also naturally disease and best for fresh eating.
Early season - Fresh
Introduced: 1923, New York
Macoun is an offspring of McIntosh and Jersey Black. This extra sweet, very juicy tender apple has snow white flesh and wonderful aroma. Excellent for eating and sauces.
And how to say the name? It rhymes with town, not tune!
Mid-Season - Fresh, Sauces
Introduced: 1978, Nova Scotia
This very popular apple has a white, tender, crisp flesh that’s spicy, highly aromatic, and full of juice. It was named after John McIntosh, a farmer in Ontario, Canada who found and introduced it in 1870. Macs are the best selling apple in New England and Canada!
Early Season - Fresh, pies
Introduced: 1960 Michigan, USA
This “Early Mac” is tart and ripens just before true McIntosh. They are great for fresh eating, salads and sauces. PaulaReds are crisp and savored as a first taste of fall!
Early Season - Fresh, Applesauce
Introduced: 1600s, Massachusetts USA
Believed to be America’s oldest apple, the ‘Roxbury Russet’ was brought by the pilgrims and first grown in Roxbury, Massachusetts in the mid 17th century. This apple offers a satisfying crunch filled with juice and spice along with refreshing hints of pear and citrus.
Late Season - Fresh, pies, cider
Introduced: 1910, British Columbia Canada
This early fall apple is noted for its unique porcelain color and outstanding texture and flavor. It is firm, extremely crisp and also very juicy and mild.
Early season - fresh
Introduced: 1999, Minnesota
This early Honeycrisp is a mid-summer dessert apple that is crisp, juicy and almost fizzes with each bite. Zestars are tangy with flavorful skin and porous, succulent flesh. A growing favorite that is best enjoyed fresh!
Early Season - Fresh
Sweet and crispy, this Asian pear sports beautifully russetted skin and a tangy finish.
With a crisp, crunchy flesh that hides a lot of juice, Kosui pears are truly a classic Asian pear. Like all other Asian Pears, they require delicate handling.
Sweet like bourbon, caramel, or vanilla and incredibly juicy. One of the best pears around.
The Shinseiki pear is a round fruit with yellow skin stippled with tan. It is a firm, crunchy variety with a sweet flavor and hints of spice.
A medium-size, green-yellow pear that darkens and sweetens as it ripens. Bursting with flavor and excellent in pie.
A tan, russet hued pear with smooth flesh and very aromatic nose. Quite juicy and a good storing pear!
A fine-textured pear, the flesh is mild and aromatic. The skin does not turn yellow when ripe, it remains green.
Hailing from Ontario, Canada the Harrow Crisp is a large, red-blushed pear with a mildly sweet flavor. One of the loveliest looking pears around.
Very similar to Bartlett, the Harrow Sweet is true to its name with low acidity and rich juice.
An early maturing pear white white, fine-grained flesh and a rosy red-orange skin.
The size of a small plum, seckel pears are sometimes known as Candy pears for their remarkably sweet flavor. Tear drop shaped with green skin that blushes red when ripe. Quite possibly the only true American pear, discovered in the 1800s in Pennsylvania.
This large, knobby fruit is best known for its spicy, aromatic flavor.
These beautiful yellow pears with a slight blush are juicy, aromatic and sweet. Fruit is good for eating fresh or making desserts.
An excellent, firm plum that has a tangy skin and sweet flesh.
This elongated, large European-style plum features aromatic freestone, golden flesh.
Vision is a late-season Canadian blue/black plum. The plums are very large and have a particularly sweet flavor - it is probably one of the best-flavored Canadian plums.
Fresh Cider (Pint, 1/2 Gallon, Gallon, Bulk)
Fresh Cranberry Cider (Pint, 1/2 Gallon)
Carrot Apple Squeeze (Pint) Juice made in collaboration with Pete's Greens (Seasonal)
Applesauce (8oz, 16oz, 32oz, Gallon)
Peeled Apple Slices (20 lbs, 40 lbs)
Apple Pie (6" or 9") - Double Crust, Crumb Top, or Oat Crumble
Cider Donuts (Cinnamon Sugar, Plain)
Apple Butter (Ecological 4 oz, 7 oz, 16 oz; Organic 4 oz, 7 oz, 16 oz)
Apple Cider Syrup (8oz, 12oz, Gallon)
Specialty Apples, Common Apples, & Utility Apples (Year-round availability)
Peaches, Plums, Asian & European Pears (Seasonal availability)
Check out our Cidery's wholesale page for current information on distributors and available products.
Please see the Available Wholesale blocks above or give us a call at 802-897-2777 for inquiries about currently available fruit.
Our controlled atmosphere refrigeration and storage facility allows us to sell our products in local stores year-round, so we can always guarantee fresh apples.