Posted: 09/09/2016 at 12:45
Exactly - if you pruned everything back over the winter then any summer fruiting ones shouldn't have fruited this year. But you said you pruned them in early autumn so perhaps they grew some canes before winter set in which would then count as 2nd year canes?
I only have autumn fruiting varieties but I let half of them "double crop" which means that I don't cut them down over the winter so they fruit in July on the old canes and then in autumn on the new canes. The half that I did cut down have been fruiting for a few weeks now but certainly not as early as June so I'm a bit at a loss about that, I'm afraid!