A famed rainbow grape vineyard grown by Clavat farmers. Rainbow grape nectar seeps out of the fruit’s skin when the grapes ripen, giving them their hallmark rainbow colour when exposed to sunlight.

The finest wine can only be made from rainbow grapes that are naturally ripened and harvested right before they are about to drop to the ground. For this reason, harvesting rainbow grapes takes a certain amount of skill and experience. The Clavats at the vineyard toil day and night during the harvest season, but they have recently been troubled by the lack of new blood.

In-game description

The Vineyard is a location in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers. It can be reached by going through the Lett Aqueduct. The back exit leads to the Winery.

A closed-off location surrounded by trees and lush vegetation, the Vineyard is where Clavat harvesters grow rainbow grapes to produce wine. Both children and moogles partake in the harvesting task, and Layle can pull off the grapes towards himself, though it will do nothing.

Here, Layle can take part in a harvesting competition minigame. Three children compete with him to see which of them can get the most good grapes within the time limit. Layle's efforts will later be rewarded through mail, where the Clavat elder holding the competition will give him upwards to 240 gil.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

A vineyard is a plantation of grape-bearing vines, grown mainly for winemaking, but also raisins, table grapes and non-alcoholic grape juice.

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