The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Atlas

Wine Wars: Vermentino Secondary Quest, Blood and Wine Quest

Suggested level: 37

This quest will be triggered or can be aquired when you complete Wine Wars: Belgaard quest.

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Stages of "Wine Wars: Vermentino" quest

1. Solve all the problems at the Vermentino Vineyard. 0/5

In the duchy of wine there is nothing more important than this noblest of beverages. And when two important winemaking families began to quarrel over which would assume control of one of the duchy's oldest vineyards, all knew sparks would fly… Fully aware of the circumstances, Geralt nonetheless decided to help Matilda Vermentino deal with the troubles at her vineyard, even if this meant making Liam de Coronata his foe.

Problems at Matilda's vineyard are marked at your map as Guarded Treasure, Abandoned Site x 2, Person(s) in Distress (It's lost armorsmith) and Hidden Treasure (you don't have to complete the hidden treasure quest, it's enough to kill the monsters guarding it).

2. [Optional] Read the notes found at the Vermentino Vineyard.

2.1. [Optional] Search Coronata for proof of sabotage.

Do it if you want to receive a new quest - Wine Wars: The Deus in the Machina.

3. Without investigating Coronata's problems, let Matilda take over Belgaard, or continue investigating and deal with Liam's problems.

It's better to continue investigating and deal with Liams's problems.

4. Inform Matilda that you've solved all her problems at Vermentino.

It was not easy, but the witcher managed to resolve the troubles plaguing the Vermentino Vineyard. Pleased with a job well done, he headed back to Matilda to collect his pay.

5. Quest completed.

If you resolved the problems of both vineyards ...

Geralt concluded that it would be unfair of him to help Matilda alone while leaving poor Liam out in the cold. Thus he decided to resolve the problems that Liam claimed had appeared at the Coronata Vineyard. With this accomplished and with the ducal clerk doing some prodding of his own, the two young vintners concluded they would benefit more from striking up an alliance than from continuing their feud. Thus they formed a consortium and continued to produce wines under a single enterprise name.

... or Matilda's problems only ...

The witcher had helped, and the Vermentino Vineyard could bloom again. To the ducal clerk, this was proof Matilda was an able steward. He now believed she would also manage Belgaard well.