The apples are most often medium, equal sized, of spherically conical shape with a light ribbing on the side surface. Their skin is glossy, greenish-yellow or yellow, occasionally with a subtle, diffused, orange-red flush. The spiracles are big, greenish-brown. Their skin gets easily rusty due to either unfavourable weather conditions as well as some crop protection chemicals (copper and sulphur fungicides). Their flesh is juicy, crunchy, winey-sweet, aromatic and commonly evaluated as tasteful. They ripen since the middle of October.