My mom got a Chabacano nectarine tree, today. I don't know anything much about the breed. So, one moment while I search.
Welp, I found nothing, except that Chabacano is a Spanish word for apricot, and for some other stuff. It's not an apricot tree; so, I'm hoping it's not a Spanish word for nectarine, too (I mean, it could just be a translation, rather than the breed name). I don't know if it's freestone or cling.
The tag implies that fresh eating is one of its intended uses, however: "… Sweet, juicy fleshed fruits are favorites for eating fresh." It also says it's cold hardy for -20° to -10° F. (Which is less cold hardy than ideal, but it'll hopefully live its full span.) Average height x width: 12' tall by 12' wide.
Location: SW Idaho, USA
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet Profile post