Developed in Washington state, this peach is sweet with a balanced tanginess.  While it is named for the Roza district in Washington, the Spanish word “rosa” describes its color,  a beautiful red hue to go with its juicy, succulent flavor. This is one of the first true freestone peaches of the season.  It is also the peach that is favored by the distillery to which we sell fruit for eau de vies.  Roza ripens in mid-August.

 

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