Best Used For:

EATING

SAUCES

BAKING

CIDER

Origin: Found as a wild seedling by Thomas Grimes inBrooks County, West Virginia around the 1850’s

Grimes Golden

A tart variety that is best used for Apple Sauce. Keeps fairly well in cold storage and browns slowly when cut.
Its high sugar content made it a preferred apple for making hard cider and apple jack in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains.

No posts were found for provided query parameters.

Close

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, for consetetur sadipscing elitr