Cherry > BURLAT


Ripening date: around May 25 in Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
Origin: France.
Tree: medium-high vigour, tendentially upright growth habit, slow to bear.
Productivity and fruiting: self-incompatible, requires pollinizers (Giorgia, Lapins and Van* and recommended); high yield.
Fruit: medium size, heart-shaped, dark red skin, red flesh, sweet and juicy, of medium firmness. Medium stem length.
Susceptibility to cracking: medium.
Overall: old cultivar of French origin, it has established itself as the first variety similar to the “durone” type.
Good flavour, of medium susceptibility to cracking with pre-harvest rain.
The tree is vigorous and slow to bear.