Karmijn de Sonnaville

A crate full of Karmin de Sonnaville apples

Flavor: Huge flavor, high in acids and sugar

Approximate Ripening: Late September

Uses: Especially good for fresh eating and juice, but not shabby for cooking/baking either.

Trivia: Bred around 1949 by Piet de Sonnaville in the Netherlands from a cross of Cox Orange Pippin and Jonathan.  Began to be grown in Europe commercially in the early 1970s.