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Cersei Lannister drinking a cup of wine - by Matt Olson ©
King Robert Baratheon's wine cellar - © FFG

Wine in Westeros is comparable to wine in the real world. It is an alcoholic beverage made with fermented fruit juice, usually grapes. Wine is a very popular beverage. There are many different and unique vintages of wine in Westeros and beyond. Some vintages are vastly superior to others.


Vintages of wine


Essos and beyond:

References in the books

A Song of Ice and Fire

Winesinks, Taverns, and Inns

Winesinks, taverns, and inns are all popular places to drink wine (and other alcoholic beverages) both in Westeros and across the Narrow Sea.


Essos and beyond:


The world is full of wine.[9]
Tyrion Lannister

... there were always dangers when men were in their cups, and a king should never be unguarded...
- Catelyn Stark

I mean to sail to Westeros and drink the wine of vengeance from the skull of the Usurper.[6]
- Daenerys Targaryen

You see the wonders than can be worked with lies and Arbor gold? [14]
- Lord Petyr Baelish, to Sansa Stark

"Japes are one way to keep the fear away. Wine's another."
Tyrion, to Penny

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The Wine Grapes of Westeros

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