DescriptionTraditional English cider variety offering a full bittersweet juice. Bred by nurseryman Harry Masters of Woolston, Somerset, and thought to be a seedling of the same parentage as Yarlington Mill, discovered around 1900 in Devon. Fruit is dark red, with soft astringency, a popular cider choice. Forms a compact bushy tree which gives good annual yields, though has a tendency toward biennial bearing. Also known around the Glastonbury area as Port Wine.
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