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Jug of wine
Jug of wine
Release date 4 January 2001 (Update)
Members only? No
Quest item? No
Tradeable? Yes
Equipable? No
Stackable? No
High Alch 1 coin
Low Alch 0 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price coin
Exchange price 5 coins (info)
Buy limit Unknown
Weight 1.5 kg
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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 twelve seconds of fermenting, will become either a jug of wine or a jug of bad wine. Players have a chance of creating a jug of bad wine until they reach a Cooking level of 68.

Wine is excellent for training during Agility or when encountering ghasts, due to Agility training being unaffected by combat stats and wine's immunity to ghast food-spoiling effects.

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.

There is a spawn point for a jug of wine in Catherby, upstairs in the building north of the west side of the bank. You can buy a jug of wine at the Karamjan General Store or buy/steal from Fortunato's Wine stall 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. A jug of wine heals 11 Hitpoints, compared to 12 from a lobster, while costing much less to buy on the Grand Exchange, however it temporarily lowers your attack by a few points. Melee-based accounts may also use wine for healing, as long they make sure to restore their attack stat (by, for example, drinking a Restore potion).

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