Apples are large, weighting 170-190 g, from round conical to flatly roundish in shape, greenish-yellow, with orange-red blush covering 60-70% of the fruit surface. The skin is thin but dense, smooth and glossy. The flesh is yellow, very dense, very fragile, with pleasant aroma and sour-sweet taste. The ripeness stage begins in late September or early October. Apples can be stored in a refrigerator for about 8 months with no damage to the juiciness and the texture of the flesh. This German variety was developed in 1986 in Saxony as a cross between Clivia and Golden Delicious varieties. European horticulturists call Pinova “the variety of the 21st century” and forecast a long live for it, because it surpasses currently popular varieties in disease resistance, early maturity and yielding capacity. This variety deserves attention and attracts more and more fans.