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The Witcher 3 Blood And Wine Guide: Vineyard Upgrade Guide

The Witcher 3 Blood And Wine Guide: Vineyard Upgrade Guide
In The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine expansion you will get your own Vineyard that you can upgrade. Some of the upgrades are obvious while others expect you to spend a small fortune without knowing what you get in return. Check out this The Witcher 3 Blood And Wine Vineyard Upgrade Guide for help figuring out what upgrades does what.

The Witcher 3 Blood And Wine Vineyard Upgrade Guide

You will get the Vineyard as you progress through the main story. I think it is around 3-4 quests in, not super deep. Activate it as your quest and then go there and talk to Majordomo. He will give you a tour and then tell you then for some gold he can get upgrades done. Sleeping in the bed here will provide extra buffs so when you need to rest this is the place to do it.

I know we aren’t all made of gold but thankfully this area has tons of quests that are worth a lot of gold. More importantly the merchants in this area are pretty loaded, it is uncommon to meet one with less than 500 coins.

Armorer’s Table – This is one of the first upgrades you can get after the tour. For 1000 gold you can get an Armorer’s Table outside of your house. It will arrive after a day and it is silly not to get it for the free buffs.

Grindstone – Same as the Armorer’s Table, 1000 Gold and one day for this upgrade. Again, extra buff so grab it to help get the edge in combat.

House Renovations – This comes at a very steep price of 5000 coins. If you are like me you are probably wondering what you get for all that coin. First off the house changes from something that looks broken down, into something I would happily live in. You will get additional spaces to put up weapons, armor and painting as well. The cellar will have a wall you can break with Ard that opens up into an alchemist lab. The bed is also upgraded so you will get 500 extra HP, extra experience and you can hold an additional bomb and potion. You will need to meditate for 3 days for the upgrades to be finished. After the house is upgraded the first time you will unlock even more upgrades to purchase.

Stable Upgrade – This will come at the cost of 2000 coins and Roach will get additional Stamina for it. After you get the upgrade you will get the bonus to Roach’s stamina when you sleep. This will give you all the buffs when you sleep. That combined with the Armor station and Grindstone make this place the best sleeping spot of all the land. You get the buffs for 60 minutes so try to stop back in every so often to keep them going.

Herbs Upgrade – This will run you 2000 coins and you will be able to pick herbs in your garden. I believe they refresh every 24 hours.

Bed Upgrade – This will cost you 1000 coins and it will double the Vitality boost you get from sleeping in the bed.

Guest Room Upgrade – This will cost you 1000 coins and it will make your guest room usable. So far I have found one quest that will let you get a guest to stay in the room, not sure if there are more.

Weapon Rack and Armor Stands – Get these for more Armor racks and Weapon stands in your house. The run 500 coins each.

Check back soon for more Witcher 3 Blood and Wine upgrades.

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