It looks like that should be a relatively safe one for you. It looks like you are at most 2 weeks behind the estimate given by the TomorrowsHarvest site of early September. I’m a couple hundred miles North of you and know I can ripen a peach they have at mid-September.
Looking at the list, my finalists are:
Kandi Korn- Early Oct, interesting colored flesh
Pumpkin Spice- early Oct, red marbled flesh
September Snow Saucer- mid Sept, white donut
October Sugar Nectarine- Early Oct
Autumn Marvel- late Sept
October Snow Nectarine- Early Oct, firm
I should add some then- I don’t think I have any early season nects.
If I could get my other mid-late varieties up to 15-18 brix, I’ll be pretty happy. While I certainly wouldn’t turn away the 20-30 brix fruit that Fruitnut gets, but 15-18 is quite tasty.
I like high acid fruit too. The only one I really don’t like is low-acid, low-sugar. And that’s what I got this year. I let a lot of the peaches get very ripe, hoping to get the sugar up and instead they just lose most of their acid. Many seem to like them, but I’m not one of them.
I’ve heard enough good things about it that I decided to graft it this spring. Unfortunately, it was one of the peaches that didn’t take- I don’t think I had any early grafts of it, which were the ones which met with more success.
Have you had it before? How does it taste?