Have you ever thought about creating a profitable wine business in Stardew Valley? If yes, you are in the right place because we will go over all the main things connected to learning how to make wine in Stardew Valley.
It’s quite easy! All you need is some fruit, a keg, and patience. Financially, making wine can be one of the most profitable hobbies in the game, so don’t knock it till you try it!
Here is what you need to know about wine in Stardew Valley:
How to Make Stardew Valley Wine in a Keg?
As you might guess by now, you will need a keg to learn how to make wine in Stardew Valley. Before you start running your business, you will have to craft a keg in Stardew Valley out of these items:
- 30 Wood
- 1 Copper Bar
- 1 Iron Bar
- 1 Oak Resin
This is quite a simple recipe from crafting, so you shouldn’t have many issues. Just keep in mind that you will need to reach farming level 8. Once you do, you can start working on your wine!
Basically, you will need to put any fruit you choose in a keg and wait for at least 6 days. That’s when you will have this glorious drink in Stardew Valley.
However, many players will choose to keep the wine in the Stardew kegs for longer to increase its value as much as possible and get more gold coins.
Farming Level in stardew Valley
As you know by now, you will need to have at least level 8 of farming to make wine. If you haven’t reached it yet, here are some of our favourite suggestions to improve your farming and start working on your wine:
- Harvesting crops
- Caring for animals
- Milking your animals
- Picking up animal products
Basically, most things related to your farm will improve your skills. It might take some time, but it will definitely be worth it in the long run!
Also, you’ll get to choose various professions once you level up. For example, you can choose between an Artisan and an Agriculturist in level 10. The first option, Artisan, will make your wine 40% more expensive when selling.
If that’s not a great deal, we don’t know what is!
Is Stardew Valley Wine Profitable?
Of course, you’d want to make wine not only for creating a great product, but also for ensuring that you make a profit in Stardew Valley!
So, is Stardew Valley wine profitable for a player?
It’s actually quite interesting that the selling price of your wine depends on what kind of fruit you put into it. Meaning, you will have to work on your fruit crops if you’d like to make a business out of wine making.
Also, you will get more gold if you are an Artisan by profession. This way, you’ll get 1.4x the price (for example, 140 gold coins instead of 100). Not everyone will choose this profession, so you might want to benefit from silver or gold star wine. That’s how you can get 1.25x or even 1.5x of the original selling price. If you’re really devoted to this business, you can work on getting the iridium star, which will bring you 2x of the selling price.
The Best Fruit to Make Wine in Stardew Valley
You have already learned that the selling price depends on the fruit that you use to make wine in Stardew Valley. Let’s see what kind of fruit would yield the best results for your Stardew wine.
The most profitable fruit for Stardew Valley wine:
These are just some of our favourite suggestions!
For example, the banana wine in Stardew Valley can bring you at least 450 gold coins! Meanwhile, rhubarb wine will bring you at least 660 gold coins. It might not be easy to acquire all of these crops, but you will definitely learn more about profitable crops and harvesting along the way.
If you still have some doubts, take a look at the Stardew Valley crops and farming guide!
Now you are completely ready to start working on your greatest wine collections! Just choose your favourite fruit and start your new business in Stardew Valley.