An all-around apple.
It's called Stayman Winesap Melinda, has a sweet-tart flavour, is pleasantly aromatic and is highly sought after by connoisseurs for its appreciable organoleptic and nutritional characteristics. For example, its high content of magnesium, zinc and tartaric acid give it some unique sedative properties, with a relaxing action on the nervous system. This apple ripens in autumn and although its name is not well-known, it is enjoyed by many.
Green-yellowish colour, with some red streaks. Rounded and slightly asymmetric, medium-large size. The skin, or peel, is thick and rough.
This apple's flavour is slightly aromatic, juicy, almost sparkling, sweet but not too sugary, and with pleasant tart notes.
Creamy-white colour, crumbly and pasty, with soft green nuances.
Raw, in order to keep all its precious organoleptic and nutritive properties; but also cooked, as an ingredient in delicious and healthy desserts.
If you want to savour it in all its fragrance, we suggest eating it preferably within seven days of purchase.
After bringing them home, place them in the fruit and vegetable compartment of your fridge (ideal temperature 3-4 °C) for the shortest amount of time, and remove no more than two hours before eating them. Avoid storing them at room temperature for several days.