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The "Countess of Paris" is indeed
of extremely noble gender and noble origin:
First bred and described in 1882 by
William Fourcine in France, she found
as a classic winter pear quickly spreading
under the name "Comtesse de Paris" and
was a popular table-pear in home gardens and as a trellis fruit.
It is harvested late and can be stored for an extremely long time,
why we call our beautiful "countesses"
from the lower Dornsberg for a long time ripen,
before we mash the fruits.
Because only in this Nachreife unfolds
the delicately melting taste of this pear
- sweet and slightly spicy with fine acidity.
Storage potential: 2-10 years
Drinking strength: 42% vol.
Bottle: 0.35 l
Harvest year: 2012
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