RIPENINGEarly period, about 20 days before San Castrese variety.
FRUITThe fruit is elliptical-shaped, is 2A gauge, with good consistency. It’s bright red colored on all the surface
TASTEGood and aromatic taste, 15° Brix scale.
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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.
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.
FRUITVery big fruit, orange colored.
TASTESweet and aromatic pulp.
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.