I really, really like my 'Enterprise'. It's a late maturing apple -- supposed to be mid-late Oct around here, but I started picking small green ones in September, and you know what? They were wonderful cooked -- in cobblers, pies, applecake (well, by applecake, I had both green and semi-ripe ones)
After ripening, the flavor -- MMMmmm WOW! Spicy, tangy, juicy, crunchy, AND sweet! Boy oh boy did a Red Delicious (organic from a co-op) taste like water after that. And some respectably sized ones too, mostly baseball, a good % even bigger.
Real fighter too, I have very bad fireblight situation here -- many many landscaped as well as escaped Bradford/Callery pears in the neighborhood, slowly succumbing (and spreading) the disease -- and my brave apple tree only loses tip of a branch here, a few new leaves there. Also with the Eastern Red Cedar as the local front-line player in native plant community succession, there is absolutely no avoiding Cedar-Apple Rust, but it gamely fights on. Have not seen Powdery Mildew at all and minimal scab. All without any chemicals -- only the 10% milk and some Surround (finely milled kaolin clay)
Hmm. I have to tell you, though, I've NEVER seen 'Enterprise' apples -- the fruits, I mean -- in stores (It's not Empire).