|Release date||4 January 2001 (Update)|
|Tradeable?||Yes, unless bad or unfermented.|
|High Alch||76 coins|
|Low Alch||51 coins|
|Store price|| 128 coins|
|Exchange price||73 coins (info)|
|Examine||It's full of wine.|
Jug of wine is a food item made by using grapes with a jug of water. It requires level 35 cooking to make, and gives the player 200 cooking experience. Squeezing grapes into a jug of water will make unfermented wine, which after ten seconds of fermenting, will become either a jug of wine or a jug of bad wine.
A jug of wine heals 110 lifepoints and lowers Attack by 2. It costs 128 coins when bought from a wine merchant. Due to its low cost, it is relatively good value because of its high life point restoration.
Wine is a quick and easy way to gain cooking experience. The process can go faster if you can enter the Cooking Guild. It has a water source, a jug, and grape respawns. However, an even faster method is available: Guards. Found all over RuneScape, often drop grapes. This, combined with a great amount of jugs of water in the bank, can increase wine-making efficiency even more.
There is a spawn point for a jug of wine in Catherby, upstairs in the building just north of the bank. You can buy a jug of wine at the Karamjan General Store or from Fortunato's Wine Shop located at the Draynor Village Market.
Wine is one of the best foods for pure rangers and mages, due to its cheap cost and availability. Warriors may also use wine for healing, as long they make sure to restore their attack stat (by, for example, drinking a Restore potion).
Levels 1 to 49
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Pyrefiend 43 , 48 1 Common Yuri 24 1 Common Harpie Bug Swarm 46 1 Uncommon Icefiend 13,17,18, 132 1 Uncommon Rogue 15 1 Unknown
Levels 50 and above
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Lesser demon 82 1 Common Werewolf 88,93 1 Common Ice giant 53 1 Uncommon Icefiend 13,17,18, 132 1 Uncommon
- Bad wine (created when players, whose cooking level was not high enough, mis-fermented their wine) used to heal 10 Health points (100 Life Points) and drain 4 Attack levels. However, after a recent update, they now heal 0 LP and drain 2 Attack levels.
- A jug of wine used to be 2-swig consumable (or 2-sip), which, after only one swig, would create a Half full wine jug. Jagex discontinued the practice so Half full wine jugs could no longer be created. This resulted in Half full wine jug being added to the rare list and their street value is now comparable to that of a Red Partyhat.
- Wine is unaffected by Ghasts in Morytania. This is likely due to the fact that wine is fermented, and thus already "rotten".
Asgarnian ale(m) • Axeman's folly(m) • Bandit's brew • Beer • Chef's delight(m) • Cider(m) • Dragon bitter(m) • Dwarven stout(m) • Greenman's ale(m) • Grog • Moonlight mead(m) • Ranger's aid(m) • Slayer's respite(m) • Wizard's mind bomb(m)