Found on the third floor of the manor house the Winesap Suite is an elegant luxury suite features a huge sitting area with a espresso leather sofa and platinum chevron fabric chairs, King bed, private small refrigerator/freezer, 1912 Sky light and runs 46 feet long. It originally was the maid’s quarters. A separate en-suite bath with a deep two-person tub, dressing table with lighted make-up mirror, double sinks and separate shower. It affords you private intimacy, yet you remain within the manor house with functional art Tudor heater and air conditioning and all the standard amenities offered at Applewood Manor Inn.
Facts About Winesap Apples
If you were in the U.S. South during the 19th century and you were offered an apple to eat, there’s a pretty decent chance it was a Winesap. The earliest mention of the Winesap apple was documented in 1917 where it was noted as a popular apple for use in cider production in the state of New Jersey. It is rumored to originally have come over from Europe as a seed but the exact heritage of the Winesap apple is currently unknown.
Winesap apples are highly aromatic with a balanced sweet-tart taste and get their name due to their distinctive spicy wine like flavor. Exceptionally juicy, they are perfect for cider, sauces, juice and preserves. A member of the rose family (Rosaceae), the Winesap apple is parent to a variety of different strains including the Arkansas Black and Stayman Winesap. Unlike most apple trees the flower blossoms on the Winesap tree are pink rather than white.