Long ‘snouted’ fruit, so called for its resemblance to a sheep’s nose. Gives good flavour to tarts and mellows to eating standard in storage. Also good for juicing.

A very productive and dependable tree. Easy to maintain and prune. May require fruit thinning in order to achieve larger sized fruit.

Several different varieties traditional to Ireland carry the name ‘Sheep’s Snout’.

Flowering:       Mid Season

Picking:           Mid (Late September)