It has become common in most cider apple growing areas of England.
This popularity is a result of it being a good apple to sweeten, well bodied and with a good flavour.
The cider produced from this apple takes a long time to ferment, which makes the cider late to mature. The trees tend to be of a medium height and bear fruit early December. The apple, as you might guess from it’s name is a strong red colour with a slight tint of yellow.
A sweet cider, 7.5% Best Served Chilled
Ingredients: Apples, sulphur (trace)
75cl Wine Bottle Size