Stats[edit | edit source]
Increases the amount of Trade produced in Hills Terrain from 0 to 4
Civilopedia entry[edit | edit source]
Wine, a beverage made from fermented grapes, was first produced as early as 6000 BC. Its use spread throughout the Middle East and Egypt, and it quickly became a popular beverage of the ancient world. The grapes used for the making of wine are grown in many different regions of the world. Most vineyards are located in hills and valleys of temperate regions. Wine making as an industry has been perfected over several centuries. Many regions such as the Rhine and Loire valleys of Europe are well known for their fine wines, and derive a significant portion of their economy from wine making.
Commodity[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Commodity (Civ2)
As a commodity, wine can be found infrequently in most terrains; its supply is increased near plains and rivers and decreased near grasslands. Its supply is increased with city size, among the French, in the northern half of the map, and in locations far from the map's prime meridian.
Wine can appear as a supplied or demanded wildcard throughout the game. Because wine has a fairly high multiple and is both commonly supplied and demanded, it is among the best commodities for trading.
Resource[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Resource (Civ2)
...some hills are Wine country, especially suited for growing grapes. Wine terrain yields greatly increased trade. —Manual
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