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Apple / Maçã

🇬🇧 The apple of Madeira, commonly designated in Portuguese as “pêro”, is grown in various parts of Madeira. In Madeira islands there are several varieties of this fruit .There are areas in Madeira with great

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🇬🇧 The apple of Madeira, commonly designated in Portuguese as “pêro”, is grown in various parts of Madeira. In Madeira islands there are several varieties of this fruit .
There are areas in Madeira with great potential for apple cultivation. There is a wide range of apple varieties introduced in the region, however the main regional varieties are “Barral”, “Pêro Domingos”, “Pêro Calhau”, “Cara de Dama” and “Pêro da Ponta do Pargo”.
In September the Apple Festival takes place, in the parish of Ponta do Pargo, sa tribute to this fruit. Several products are made from these apples, such as cakes, traditional confectioneries and cider – a traditional Madeiran drink that results from the fermentation of the “pêro” (apple).
🇵🇹 A maçã da Madeira, mais conhecida como pêro, é cultivada em várias zonas da Madeira. Existem também várias variedades deste fruto na Região.
Existem na Madeira zonas com grande potencial para a cultura demaçã. Existe um vasto leque de variedades de maçã introduzidas na região, no entanto as principais variedades regionais são Barral, Pêro Domingos, Pêro Calhau, Cara de Dama e Pêro da Ponta do Pargo.
No mês de setembro realiza-se na freguesia da Ponta do Pargo a Festa do Pêro que homenageia este fruto. Com esta maçã fazem-se bolos, doçaria e sidra – bebida tradicional madeirense que resulta da fermentação alcoólica do sumo da maçã ou do pêro.
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