Zabergau Reinette

Discovered 1885 Wurttemberg, Germany
Parentage Unknown
Harvest Midseason

This large, copper-colored and highly-russeted apple has a strong, spicy, sweet, and nutty flavor. It is an excellent pie and cider apple, and it keeps well in storage. Harvesting begins in September.


Zabergau Reinette is a German apple dating back to 1885, first grown on the Zaber River in south central Germany. It began to be widely distributed in 1926. Reinette is possibly derived from the French 'raine,' a frog with brown "russeting."

This apple is grown at 1 New England orchards