Back in 1950 Guido and Anna Nicoletti and family grew Granny Smith and Gravenstein varieties and some stone fruit. It was a lot of hard manual labour in those days. The farm grew bigger and in 1973 Aldo and Iole took over from Guido and Anna. They planted more beautiful varieties like Jonathan and Red Delicious apples. During this time the cold storage facility, hail netting, packing shed and irrigation systems were established.
The Nicoletti family are 3rd generation apple growers in Queensland's Granite Belt township of Pozieres nearStanthorpe.
Two decades later their grandson Daniel and his wife Toni immersed themselves into their 100 acre farm planting more varieties including the Royal Gala, Pink Lady, Sundowner and Fuji. Daniel and Toni are passionate about growing apples. They know how good a fresh apple can taste and they endeavor to share that great eating experience with as many customers as possible.