The very name conjures up a journey to a cold land - a journey the Wintercalville really made when word of this excellent dessert apple reached the court of the Tzar and it was delivered from South Tyrol, individually wrapped in paper. The Wintercalville has a long pedigree, reaching right back to the Middle Ages. Probably a native of Normandy, for a long time the Wintercalville was widely cultivated and in great demand, even in the highest circles. Wintercalville trees are sensitive; they like nutritious, healthy and warm soils of the type we can offer on the Ritten.
Golden yellow, spicy and aromatic with characteristic scent of white peach, juicy yellow plums and honey.
The Wintercalville comes from France and is one of the best known and oldest varieties. It used to be very common because of its excellent taste. The fruit is large to very large and prominently ribbed to lobed. The flesh is a light yellowish white, fine-textured, very juicy and has an excellent sweetish-sour taste.
as an aperitif and with vegetarian dishes, pasta dishes, lamb and goat's cheese
100 % single-variety mountain apple juice – naturally cloudy
Kohl mountain apple juices are carefully pasteurised for long life but contain no preservatives, additives or added sugar. Nor do they contain any animal-derived ingredients or genetically modified products. Kohl mountain apple juices also bear the European Vegetarian Union’s V-label.
Average nutritional value per 100 ml:
Shake before use. Once opend, store in the refigerator and consum within 6 days.