Harvest season draws customers to our apple orchard during the fall. Enjoy the beauty of Vermont foliage and hand select your own apples from several different heirloom varieties.
We have 15 different varieties of apples on our 24-acre property.
McIntosh (Mac): A well-known variety for cooking and eating. It has a red and green skin, a tart flavor, and tender white flesh, which ripens in late September.
Cortland: They are bright red and covered with dark red streaks. Good for cooking and eating. Crisp, sweet-tart flavor. September apple.
Macoun (pronounced "Ma-coon" or "McCowan"): The skin is a dark red with a purplish flush. Its very firm flesh is juicy and it has a sweet taste. Late-September/October apple.
Spartan: Considered a good all-purpose apple. Small, bright-red blush, but can have background patches of green-yellow. Sweet, sharp, aromatic flavor. Late September apple.
Crispin (Mutsu): Large, green apple. Sweet, sharp flavor. Very juicy. Late season apple.