The Winesap apple is an heirloom variety. It is becoming a popular variety in the US. Winesap apples are good for eating, juice, and baking. Juicy and tart, the Winesap apple has a crisp, yellowish flesh covered with a deep red skin. Stores well, and fruit is large The flesh is tinged with yellow and sometimes red veins run through it. It is a firm, rather coarse, moderately crisp apple - slightly acidic. Resistant to cedar apple rust. Pollinate with two different varieties that are also pollination partners Fuji, Red Delicious, Gala, Yellow Delicious, Enterprise, Honeycrisp, Jonathan, Pink Lady or one self-pollinating apple like Granny Smith. Winesap will not act as a pollinator. 800 chill hours. Zones 4-8.