This is my fifth year in a row growing Morelle De Balbis. Each year, I've used seeds saved from plants grown the previous year.
Anyway, I'm in the middle of planting them now. I'm seeking to acclimatize them well to my area, as well as to growing in groups (rather than one plant per spot). They're already decently acclimatized. Last year, they were in tough soil, though, and the sun was extra strong; they struggled, but fruited.
I'm planting two containers of them, this year.
Last year, I didn't save the seeds, exactly (I just kept the harvested fruits in a brown paper bag to seed later). Today, I zapped the red fruits with my Z4EX and extracted seeds from two of them to plant (the seeds in each container are from separate fruits).
Anyway, the dried fruits smelled like dried cranberries. They looked like they were meant to be dried. They looked like giant, red, dried golden berries (golden berries are Cape Gooseberry ground cherries). They use the name golden berry in order to emphasize that they're not gooseberries, I believe.