They have rough, greenish-yellow skin flushed with stripes of dark-red skin.
Inside, they have yellowish, sweet rich-tasting flesh with a small core.
September harvest in America
For cooking or cider.
The apples produce a thickish cider, so they are usually mixed with another apple such as Harrison.
Graniwinkle Apples were mentioned in 1817 by William Cox in his ” A View of the Cultivation of Fruit Trees.”
Graniwinkle Apples are named after a farmer in New Jersey, USA, who had grown it.