Jug of wine is a food item made by using grapes with a jug of water. Drinking a jug of wine heals 11 Hitpoints and temporarily lowers Attack by two points.
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, will become either a jug of wine, granting 200 Cooking experience, or a jug of bad wine, granting no experience (similar to burning cooked food). Players have a chance of creating a jug of bad wine until they reach a Cooking level of 68. 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.
There is a jug of wine spawn in Catherby, upstairs in the building north of the west side of the bank.
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 pure rangers and mages due to its cheap cost and availability, and is excellent for training activities that are both unaffected by melee combat stats and do not excessively utilize run energy, such as Thieving and Wintertodt (factoring in the jug of wine's particularly high weight per item/per hit point restored relative to other healing foods). Even when engaging in run energy-oriented activities, such as Agility, the jug of wine is still an extremely cost effective yet largely viable healing method. A jug of wine heals 11 Hitpoints, compared to 12 from a lobster, while costing much less to buy on the Grand Exchange (just 2-5gp each compared to the lobster's cost of well beyond 100+ gp each). Melee-based players may also use wine for healing, as long they either restore their Attack stat (by, for example, drinking a Restore potion), or only do so when fighting monsters with substantially lower defensive levels and applicable bonuses when compared to the player (or other specific scenarios in when reduced melee accuracy isn't particularly relevant).
Wine is often made to train cooking as each inventory grants you 2800 xp. Wine is favored also because all xp is held until you stop making them consecutively, causing them to ferment. Upon fermentation you will receive the experience for all of your wines at once, which can grant you around 500k experience per hour.
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