Kopke Cherries are available November through February. Processed, packaged and delivered direct from our farms in Argentina and Chile.
Rainiers are a large cherry with a thin creamy-yellow skin and a pinkish-red blush. A delicate variety which is susceptible to bruising, the fruit should be handled with the utmost care as to not compromise its tender flesh which has an intensely sweet and complex flavor profile.
The Kordia is a late season cherry with large, heart-shaped fruit and red to dark-violet skin. A popular cherry for growers as the variety has big size potential and high firmness with relation to agronomic management.
This end of season cherry is a cross between the Schneiders Späte Knorpel and Rube varieties. Regina’s have a dark red, very firm skin and are medium to large in size with a flat-round to round shape.
A good producing, mid-season cherry, the Sweetheart is very firm with an elongated, medium to large shape and a medium-red coloration.
A cross between the Black Republican and Napoleon varieties, this mid-season cherry is roundish, very firm, and has a deep, dark red skin.
This mid-season cherry is a cross between the Van and Stella varieties. The Lapins variety is popular among growers with its high production potential and good firmness / size in relation to agronomic management. Lapins are roundish to heart shaped, with a purple-red skin.
This mid-season cherry is a cross between the Stella and Summit varieties. A good producing variety, the fruit is firm, red and has a medium to large reniform shape.
Developed by Zaiger Genetics, this early season cherry is medium to large with a globose, slightly flattened shape and a medium red color.
This early season cherry was developed at the University of California-Davis as a cross between the Rainier and Burlat cherries. Brooks are large and firm, with a red to light-red coloration and a reniform shape.