The harvest of white or yellow peaches generally begins in the first half of June and is staggered throughout the summer season until around the end of September.
Yellow peaches are the perfect peach. They are distinguished by their thin, fluffy skin with shades of red, pink, and golden that blush throughout. The pulp is aromatic, juicy when ripe, and golden in color with red bleeding on the skin and around the central core with a rough rust-colored surface.
It is commonly identified as a traditional "real" peach, meaning the fruit has a classical peach flavor, balancing sugar and acid for a well-balanced flavor.