The skin is golden brown covered by a bright reddish-orange flush.
Inside, they have firm flesh, whose taste is a balance of sweet and tart.
The fruit ripens late August.
The tree is a reliable bearer. It is being grown (as of 2005) in USA and New Zealand.
U.S. Plant Patent 6519.
Sansa Apples were developed from a cross done in Japan between Gala and Akane apples.