RIPENINGEarly period, about 25 days before San Castrese variety.
FRUITThe fruit has an elliptical shape and is orange colored, overstained with bright red on 25-50% of the surface.
TASTEGood and aromatic taste.
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RIPENINGVery late period, about 57 days after San Castrese variety.
FRUITThe fruit has an average size and is elliptical shaped. It has an high consistency and it’s orange colored, blushed on the 5-25 % of the surface.
TASTEIt has a sweet taste and an higly sugar content. 16/18° Brix.
RIPENINGMiddle period. Contemporary to San Castrese variety.
FRUITThe pulp of the fruit is firm and it has a fairly high resistance to ripening. The fruit is round-shaped and it has an orange color with red accents. The gauge is medium to high.
TASTEGood taste quality, good sugar content. The peel is slightly sour.
RIPENINGMiddle period, about 12 days after San Castrese variety.
FRUITThis fruit is 3A gauge and it has a triangular shape. It has a good consistency and an orange-red color.
TASTEBalanced taste. 12° Brix.
RIPENINGLate period, about 40 days after San Castrese variety.
FRUITThe fruit is approximately 3A gauge. It has a good consistency and it’s intensely orange colored. It’s blushed over most of the surface (25-50%).
TASTEBalanced and good taste. 12/14° Brix.