|Release date||10 April 2006 (Update)|
|High Alch||300 coins|
|Low Alch||200 coins|
|Store price||500 coins|
|Exchange price||242 coins (info)|
|A very good vintage.|
A Bottle of wine can be thieved or bought from the Draynor Village wine stall or thieved from the Taverley wine stall. It is a fairly uncommon loot when Thieving from the stall. It heals 14 hitpoints when drunk.
Players often like to thieve bottles from the stall, then either wait a while or trade with a friend to sell them back to the stall. Because they are worth so much from the store, this allows players to get a decent amount of money using this method.
Some players also use the stolen bottles of wine (and jugs of wine) as means of healing when pickpocketing Master Farmers or stealing from the various stalls in the market. Because bottles of wine heal a good amount of hitpoints, this method allows for an easy-to-use, practically unlimited supply of food.
Some players training Ranged may take bottles of wine as food as it doesn't affect their training rate and offers a cheap alternative to many other food items.
Asgarnian ale (mature) • Axeman's folly (mature) • Bandit's brew • Beer • Chef's delight (mature) • Cider (mature) • Dragon bitter (mature) • Dwarven stout (mature) • Greenman's ale (mature) • Grog • Moonlight mead (mature) • Slayer's respite (mature) • Wizard's mind bomb (mature)
Asgarnian ale (mature) • Axeman's folly (mature) • Chef's delight (mature) • Cider (mature) • Dragon bitter (mature) • Dwarven stout (mature) • Greenman's ale (mature) • Moonlight mead (mature) • Slayer's respite (mature) • Mind bomb (mature)
Asgoldian ale • Bottle of wine • Brandy • Braindeath 'rum' • Gin • Half full wine jug • Jug of wine • Karamjan rum • Keg of beer • Kelda stout • Khali brew • Mos Le Harmless 'rum' • Beer tankard • Vodka • Whisky