- White flesh with smooth, melting texture
- Sweet with wonderful sugar/acid ratio
- Good yields
This might well be the best tasting, late season white peach we've tried. The yellow-skinned fruits are blushed with pinkish-red hues and appear to sparkle on the trees. The white flesh has a wonderfully smooth, melting texture with just the right amount of juiciness, sweetness and zing. The cling-type fruits ripen in mid-August, a little later than many peach varieties, but it's well worth the wait. Champagne Peach Trees are very productive. Require 650 chill hours. Cold hardy to zone 7.