University of Minnesota. Large, crunchy, juicy red fruit with a sprightly sweet-tart flavor. Excellent for both fresh eating and cooking. The fruit will store for 6 to 8 weeks. Tree is vigorous, upright, interesting. Disease susceptibility profile: scab susceptible, but significant resistance to cedar apple rust, powdery mildew, sooty blotch, fly speck, and fireblight. Introduced in 1999. Ripens late August to early September. A royalty of $1.35 is added to the base price of this tree.