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Eco-Apple Certified apples from Champlain Orchards in Shoreham, VT! 3 pound poly bag

Calville Blanc: 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.

Crimson Gold: The Crimson Gold is a rare variety that features bright and robust flavors that taste equally delicious fresh or cooked.

Keepsake: This “antique looking” firm apple has a very crisp, juicy, light yellow flesh. Keepsake has a melon like aroma and is wonderful for fresh eating or baking. Keepsake was introduced in 1979 as a cross of Malinda and Northern Spy, and is a parent to the famous Honeycrisp.

Snowsweet: Sweet with a slight tart balance and rich overtones. Firm, snow white flesh is very slow to brown.

Pink Lady: This lovely apple is very juicy and flavorful, with sweetness balancing its floral notes. Also known as Cripps Pink.

Mollie's Delicious: This apple feels quite firm unbroken and has a very faint sweet aroma and an exceptionally pleasing aftertaste. The crisp creamy-yellow flesh, more coarse-grained than not, delivers a mild flavor that is sweet but not cloying, with a hint of lemonade.

Sweet 16: This offspring of Northern Spy has a fine-textured, crisp flesh with an unusual, complex combination of sweet and spicy flavor. The unique taste has hints of a slight anise essence, sometimes described as cherry candy, vanilla or even bourbon. 

Querina: The Querina was developed in France. Its parentage includes Golden Delicious and Jonathan among others. Querina is firm and juicy with a sweet-tart flavor. It is great for fresh eating and will keep for up to 3 months in regular storage.

Shizuka: This very sweet and juicy apple delivers a pleasantly surprising, tropical flavor with hints of pineapple. Shizuka is slow to brown once cut, making it ideal for salads and fresh eating.

Shamrock: This bright green apple has a creamy flesh and the balanced flavors of a McIntosh. Although similar in appearance to the Granny Smith, it has a much milder taste and less of a firm bite. Guaranteed to bring good luck all day.

Champlain Orchards

Sustainably Grown Fruit & Specialty Products
Shoreham, VT

Champlain Orchards is 100 year-old family-owned and operated farm located in Shoreham, Vermont. The apple orchard and organic farm have a beautiful view of Lake Champlain toward the Adirondack Mountains. They grow a wide variety of fruit, including raspberries, blackberries, cherries, plums, pears, peaches, and over 40 varieties of apples!

Champlain Orchards is a great place for Pick-Your-Own and shopping in their Farm Market, where they sell a wide range of specialty products including apple sauce, syrups, hard cider, pies, cider donuts and other local Vermont products. Their fruit and specialty products can also be found in many stores in the area.

Visit Champlain Orchards! The orchard is home to a bakery, a cider mill, the farm market, and pick-your-own, and they host special seasonal events. They're located at 3597 VT Route 74 West, Shoreham, VT.

About Champlain Orchards Growing Methods: "Eco Apple Certification is third-party verified by the Integrated Pest Management Institute of North America. The IPM approach features the most eco-sensitive, minimally treated, natural methods possible. For example, instead of extensive spraying, we use wood chips from pruned branches as mulch around the trunks of our trees in order to increase plant health, which in turn helps the trees ward off illness. Damaging pests are managed through the introduction of natural predators, mating disruption, and trapping, rather than pesticides - this ultimately keeps our trees, staff, and you safe."

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Please, oh please, keep your apples in the fridge. Apples left on the counter will develop a waxy skin and a soft, mealy flesh, whereas those stored properly (in the fridge, ideally the crisper drawer), will stay firm and delicious for 3-4 weeks. No need to bag them.

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