In 2015, 54 chestnut trees from the village of Dobovec pri Rogatec were included into the analysis. Trees were examined for a possible symptoms of chestnut blight (Cryphonectria parasitica (Murill) M.E. Barr) and chestnut gall wasp (Dryocosmus kuriphilus Yasumatsu). We determined tree growth habit and measured circumference of the trunk. In pomological analysis we observed the following characteristics: height, width, thickness and the weight of the fruit, as well as length and width of the hilum. Using the UPOV method, we determined the fruit: color, shape, penetration of episperm and embryony. The average height of the fruits was 25.4 mm, average width 27.8 mm, average thickness 16.9 mm, average mass 8,0 g, average length of the hilum 19.9 mm and average width of the hilum 10.7 mm. We recorded large differences between average lightest and average heaviest fruits. We found diverse plant material. The most common shape of the fruits was transversaly elliptical. The majority of chestnuts were dark brown. The penetration of episperm into the embrio was weak to moderate in most cases. Striped fruits have not been observed. Great majority of the fruits were monoembryonic. Genotypes which have heavier fruits than 10 g, weak penetration of episperm into the embrio, low susceptibility to chestnut blight and chestnut gall wasp are suggested to be included into further selection. At least one of the listed properties were recorded in twelve genotypes.