Jug of wine is food made by using grapes with a jug of water. Drinking it heals 11 Hitpoints and temporarily lowers Attack by two.
Players can make a jug of wine at 35 Cooking. Squeezing grapes into a jug of water will make unfermented wine which, after 12 seconds of fermenting and no others being made, will become either a jug of wine, yielding 200 Cooking experience, or a jug of bad wine, yielding no experience. There is a chance of creating a jug of bad wine until 68 Cooking. Making wine is easy if players can enter the Cooking Guild, which has a water source and jug and grape respawns, or has access to the Culinaromancer's Chest, which sells jugs and grapes and has a sink nearby.
They can also be bought from Zambo at Karamja Wines, Spirits, and Beers, from Ali the Barman in Pollnivneach, or bought/stolen from Fortunato's Wine stall in the Draynor Village market.
A player creating a jug of wine.
- ↑ Resets to 20 every time a new unfermented wine is made
Wine is one of the best foods for Ranged or Magic combat pures due to its cheap cost and availability. It is excellent for training activities that are both unaffected by melee stats and do not excessively utilize run energy, such as Thieving and Wintertodt. Even in Agility, the jug of wine is still an extremely cost effective healing method. Melee-based players may also use wine for healing, as long they either restore their Attack stat or only do so when fighting monsters with substantially lower defensive levels (so accuracy is higher).
When making wine, all experience is held until 12 seconds after the last set of grapes was added to the last jug of water. After the 12 second timer has counted down, all experience from unfermented wines is granted at once. This includes unfermented wines that are in the player's bank. This 12 second timer is reset each time another grape is added to a jug of water. Making wines can yield up to 490k experience per hour.
After training cooking by making wine, players are likely to have a large number of Jugs of bad wine. These cannot be noted for easy removal, but they can be used on the incinerator for quick disposal.
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