Winesap apples
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Don’t these look like the kind of apple that was Sleeping Beauty’s downfall!  They are winesaps, one of 170 different heritage apples grown by Borrie Gartrell at Borodell on the slopes of Mount Canobalas in Orange. They are crisp and juicy and mildly flavoured, unlike the big fat green Bramleys that Borodell uses in its famous apple pie. Even if you can’t get Bramleys, try the apple pie! Continue reading