The Outer Worlds Drinking Sapphire Wine Quest Guide

Drinking Sapphire Wine will be one of the Companion Quests in The Outer Worlds. Companion Quests are the optional-to-complete quests that players may choose to play or not to play during their journey through game’s story-line.

This is a guide on the Drinking Sapphire Wine Companion Quest, it explains how to unlock the quest, and how to complete the quest, and lists the rewards that the players will receive upon the completion of the Companion Quest.

The Outer Worlds Drinking Sapphire Wine

This Companion Quest will be unlocked when you will dock at the Groundbreaker during the Main Quest Passage to Anywhere, the quest will only be available if you recruit Parvati.

You will see Parvati standing by the ship’s exit, interact with her and agree on taking her to the Groundbreaker’s engineer, Junlei Tennyson. After you’ve completed this task, head back to the Unreliable and talk to Parvati about the engineer, where you will have to encourage her to read more of the romantic poem.

After she finds out about Isabelle, you will have to take Parvati to the Lost Hope on the Groundbreaker, where Parvati will seek to get drinks at The Lost Hope bar and talk to Junlei.

Now you will need to talk to Parvati in the Bar, where you would have reached the Lost Hope. She will ask you what to drink, choose Wine, Here you will have a discussion with Parvati where she will be asking for your advice. You will have to encourage Parvati to tell people to accept how she is, and you will successfully persuade her into asking the captain out.


At the end, return back to the Unreliable, where you will need to talk to Parvati again, asking her about how it went between the two of them, after the conversation, your quest will be completed.

You will get over nineteen thousand (19,200) XP as a quest reward. The completion of this Companion Quest will also unlock the Companion Quest, Don’t Bite the Sun.

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