Cultivated (24) in 1811 by beer brewer Charles-Louis Durondeau in Tongre-Notre-Dame in the province of Hainaut. Very fertile and regularly fruit-bearing. Just picked, the Durondeau has a rough, dark green skin with russet flush. As it matures, it takes on a warm gold-coloured skin. The flesh is white. The Durondeau has
a typical, bitter flavour. When harvested in September, this pear can only be used in the kitchen. From October, it makes an excellent dessert pear. The harvesting season starts in mid-September.

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