Unfermented wine

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This article is about the standard wine. For other uses, see Unfermented wine (disambiguation).
Unfermented wine detail.png

An unfermented wine is created when a player with a cooking level of 35 or more uses grapes with a jug of water. After 6 seconds, this item will automatically turn to either a jug of wine or a jug of bad wine, giving 200 cooking experience for the former situation and none at all for the latter.

It can ferment in your bank after 6 seconds. It should be noted that unfermented wine would not ferment if you drop it. It must stay in your inventory or your bank for the duration without a break to ferment.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Unfermented wine.png Unfermented wine
Cooking-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
1 XP-1 (0.6s) -
Requirements
Cooking Cooking level35
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Jug of water.pngJug of water13939
Grapes.pngGrapes15,9255,925
Total price5,964

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 30 August 2016 (Update):
    • It is now possible to obtain Ramsay, the cooking pet, by fermenting wines.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Previously, it was possible to earn massive amounts of cooking XP in a single game tick, by stalling the fermentation of wine by constantly making more. This is no longer possible due to the increased speed of fermentation.
  • This item used to be tradeable, but after an update, this item along with jug of bad wine, were made untradeable. This is because players used to use the unfermented wine in a trade scam by turning it into a note (to prevent it from fermenting) and selling it to a player who would confuse it for the half full wine jug, an expensive and still tradeable discontinued item.