There are more than 30,000 apple varieties in the world - each one tastes special, looks different, has a different storage capacity, also shelf-life, and loves a certain climate. That's why universities and nurseries all over the world are looking for new apple varieties.
What we organic farmers find exciting are tasty, durable and scab-resistant apple varieties that fit into the South Tyrolean climate. We selected Natyra®and Bonita according to these characteristics. We don't follow trends, instead we cultivate our heritage: in our meadows old apple varieties still take root. Our ancestors already knew them well in the 19th century: Granny Smith and Golden Delicious for example.
Crunchy bite with a sweet flavour and low acidity.
Sweet, aromatic, juicy and firm bite.
Fresh and juicy. Our most acidic variety.
Juicy with a sweet and sour flavour.
Our sweetest apple with juicy, firm flesh.
Pleasantly acidic. A classic among the pest resistant varieties.
Sweet and sour with a tangy flavour.
Sweet and aromatic with a juicy bite.
Juicy, crunchy and delicate combination of sweetness and acidity. More than just a Golden Delicious with freckles: This apple stands out with its delicate flavour, which develops in storage.
Sweet and sour and very aromatic, crunchy and juicy. Difficult to cultivate, a sensation on the lips. Highly storable.
Very sweet with hardly any acidity, crunchy and juicy. This apple loves the mild climate of the South Tyrol, which provides the ideal conditions for it to develop its deep red colour. Highly storable.
Sour, fresh and juicy with a strong, nutty flavour. Formerly the main variety cultivated in the GDR, this apple’s firm texture earned it the nickname “Stone of the East”.
Slightly acidic, juicy and crunchy bite. Combines the beauty and acidity of its parents: Cripps Pink meets Topaz.