Inside, they have off-white flesh which is finely-textured, firm, aromatic and juicy, with a sweet, rich taste. The taste can be sharper-tasting when the apple has just been picked; it mellows with storage.
Mid-October harvest, but can also be picked later.
The tree is self-fertile.
Stores well, until spring.
Winston Apples were developed in the UK in 1920 from a cross between Cox Orange Pippin and Worcester Pearmain apples. Introduced 1935.
Renamed in 1944 to Winston.