|Effect||Casts Berserk III on user.|
Known as Bacchus's Cider.
|Find||Tokkul, Lake Dohr, Bahamut's Lair|
|Won from||Land Turtle, Sea Elemental, Sahagin, Sea Devil, Merman, Ruinous Wave, Adamantoise, Anet, Mermaid, Seahorse, Sea Serpent, Roper, Black Flan, Dread Knight|
|Effect||Inflicts Berserk to a target.|
|Find||Fabul, Troia Castle, Eblan (x2), Dwarven Castle (x2), Baron Castle (x2)|
|Steal from||Mad Ogre, Ogre|
|Won from||Mad Ogre, Malboro, Ogre|
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The Bacchus Wine inflicts Berserk on one target.
Bacchus's Wine appears in Final Fantasy XII and has 50% chance of inflicting the target with Berserk.
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Bacchus Wine is not an item in the game, but is mentioned in the errand "Lilith's Libation":
Bacchus Winery's most popular product is Bacchus Liqueur, an incredibly sweet drink made from bacchus seeds, ad it was the reason for the attacks on the company's wains. What was thought to be the work of bandits was actually that of monsters drawn to the sweet smell. We defeated them and their leader Lilith, ensuring that Ivalicians could again partake in Bacchus's blessing.
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Bacchus's Cider increases all party members' Strength by 15%, and it can be obtained in BMS (Battle Music Stage) only.
Bacchus (also known as "Dionysus") is the Greco-Roman God of wine, vineyards, theater, and insanity. His worshipers would become intoxicated and go off on wild, crazed orgies of revelry.
In Japanese the item is called Bacchus's Sake. Sake is an alcoholic beverage of Japanese origin that is made from fermented rice, and is sometimes referred to as as a form of rice wine by English-speaking countries, although technically sake is closer to beer than wine.