This tree needs a pollinator.
EMLA 7 Rootstock
Baldwin is one of the best New England apples, and one of the oldest. It is large and conical, with crimson red over a coppery green skin. Its cream-white flesh is crisp and juicy. It is aromatic with a spicy, sweet-tart flavor, and it holds its shape when cooked. An outstanding apple for fresh eating, it is also good baked, especially in pies. Baldwins store well. Baldwin excels as a fresh eating and cooking apple, and in cider. Baldwins are ready for picking in October through November.
This is a late harvest apple (October-November)
Information source: https://newenglandapples.org/apples/baldwin/