They have yellowish-green skin partly covered with reddish-orange and russet patches.
Inside, they have juicy, aromatic, firm white flesh, tinged green, with a slightly sweet flavour.
For fresh-eating, or juice.
The fruit ripens in October in England.
Isle of Wight Pippin Apples were known by 1817 on the Isle of Wight, UK, where the tree was noted growing by a Mr T.A. Knight in a cottage garden in Wrexham. It probably originated in Normandy, France.