Belle Fille is an old apple variety from Normandy, France of unknown origin dating back to the late 18th Century or earlier. Grown in the Pays de Caux near Rouen in the 19th Century.
Large, tall, conical fruit. Greenish yellow skin. Rich, sweet-sharp flavour. Keeps some of its shape when cooked. Keeps well but flavour fades in storage. Predominately used for cooking, but also good for cider.