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How to Get Starfruit Wine in Stardew Valley? How to Make Starfruit Wine?

Learn how to make Starfruit Wine in Stardew Valley, including how to grow Starfruit, craft Kegs, and age your wine for maximum profit. Discover the best methods to optimize your wine-making process.

by Rubaditsha

Updated Jul 11, 2024

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How to Get Starfruit Wine in Stardew Valley? How to Make Starfruit Wine?

How to Get Starfruit Wine in Stardew Valley?

Planting Starfruit Seeds

To make Starfruit Wine in Stardew Valley, you first need to plant Starfruit Seeds.

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Obtaining Starfruit Seeds

You can get Starfruit Seeds from various sources:

Purchase from the Oasis

Visit the Oasis in Calico Desert and buy Starfruit Seeds from Sandy for 400g per pack.

Traveling Cart

If the bus to the desert isn't repaired, check the Traveling Cart in Cindersap Forest on Fridays and Sundays for Starfruit Seeds priced between 600g to 1000g.

Museum Rewards

Donate artifacts and minerals to the Museum to receive rewards from Gunther, including Starfruit Seeds after donating 15 items.

Growing Starfruit

Once planted, Starfruit Seeds take 13 days to grow. Use fertilizers like Speed-Gro, Deluxe Speed-Gro, or Hyper Speed-Gro to speed up growth.

How to Make Starfruit Wine?

Once you have harvested some Starfruit, you have the option to either sell it immediately or transform it into Starfruit Wine. To create Starfruit Wine, you'll need to use a Keg. Here’s how you can set up your production:

Crafting a Keg

To make Starfruit Wine, you first need to craft a Keg. The Keg recipe becomes available when you reach Farming Level 8. Here are the materials required to craft one Keg:

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  • 1 Copper Bar
  • 1 Iron Bar
  • 1 Oak Resin
  • 30 Wood

Setting Up Your Production Area

  1. Build a Big Shed or Big Barn:
    • Construct a Big Shed or Big Barn on your farm. These buildings provide ample space to place multiple Kegs.
  2. Place Kegs in Your Building:
    • Inside the shed or barn, set up your Kegs. You can fit over 60 Kegs in a single building, depending on the layout and arrangement.
  3. Process the Starfruit:
    • To turn Starfruit into Starfruit Wine, place the harvested Starfruit into one of the Kegs. The fermentation process will take several days.
  4. Collect Your Wine:
    • After the fermentation period, collect your Starfruit Wine from the Kegs.

Benefits of Making Starfruit Wine

  • Increased Value: Starfruit Wine sells for a higher price than raw Starfruit, making it a profitable choice.
  • Gifts and Quests: Use Starfruit Wine as gifts for villagers or to complete specific quests and bundles.

By setting up a dedicated area with Kegs, you can efficiently produce large quantities of Starfruit Wine and maximize your profits in Stardew Valley.

How Much Does Starfruit Wine Sell For?

Starfruit Wine is among the most valuable wines you can produce in Stardew Valley, especially if you age it to Iridium quality. The selling price of Starfruit Wine varies based on its quality and whether you have an Artisan Profession. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the prices:

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Selling Prices for Starfruit

  • Regular Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 750g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 825g
  • Silver Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 937g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 1030g
  • Gold Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 1125g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 1237g
  • Iridium Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 1500g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 1650g

Selling Prices for Starfruit Wine

  • No Star Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 2250g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 3150g
  • Silver Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 2812g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 3936g
  • Gold Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 3375g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 4725g
  • Iridium Quality:

    • Without Tiller/Artisan Profession: 4500g
    • With Tiller/Artisan Profession: 6300g

Should You Sell Starfruit Wine Before or After Aging?

  • Before Aging:

    • If you sell Starfruit Wine before it ages, it will only be at the base price. This is often a good option if you need quick cash.
  • After Aging:

    • Aging Starfruit Wine to Iridium quality significantly increases its value. If you aim to maximize profits and have the time to wait, aging the wine is the best choice. Iridium-quality Starfruit Wine can fetch up to 6300g with the Artisan Profession.

Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a farm life simulation game created by Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone, and released in February 2016. In the game, players inherit a run-down farm from their grandfather in Stardew Valley. Players can grow crops, raise animals, fish, cook, mine, forage, and interact with town residents. The game also allows players to marry and have children. Up to eight people can play together online.

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Barone worked alone on Stardew Valley for over four years. He was inspired by the Story of Seasons series and aimed to improve on its features. Midway through development, the British studio Chucklefish offered to publish the game, helping Barone finish it.

Stardew Valley is considered one of the best games ever and has sold over 30 million copies by February 2024, making it one of the top-selling games of all time. Yasuhiro Wada, creator of Story of Seasons, praised it for its freedom.

Stardew Valley Gameplay

In Stardew Valley, players manage a farm by growing crops and raising animals. Inspired by the Story of Seasons series, players start by creating a character who inherits a farm and house from their grandfather in the village of Pelican Town. The farm is initially filled with boulders, trees, and weeds, which players must clear to make space for crops and buildings.

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Players can interact with town residents, build relationships, and even marry. Married NPCs can help with farm tasks, and players may have or adopt children. Besides farming, players can fish, cook, craft, and explore caves to find materials and battle creatures.

They can complete quests and collections called "bundles" to restore the town’s Community Center or JojaMart, earning rewards like seeds and tools. The game features a calendar with four 28-day seasons and includes a greenhouse and tropical island for growing crops year-round.



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