They have greenish-yellow skin, becoming more golden as they ripen.
Inside, they have aromatic, crispy, juicy, sweet white flesh.
The apples start ripening in October.
The fruit is protected by American plant patent #659.
For fresh-eating, okay for cooking.
Etter’s Gold Apples were developed by Albert Etter in Humboldt County, California, USA from a cross between Wagener apples and Transcendant Crab apples. He call the apple “Allgold” at first.