It would not be wrong to presume that the wine Jesus made instantly out of the water available was not like a fermented wine consumed commonly.
We cannot say out rightly that taking an alcoholic drink is a condemnable sin. Noah consumed alcohol and we do not read in the Scripture that he was condemned for that. In OT, we read the Ecclesiastes saying “Go, eat your food with gladness, and drink your wine with a joyful heart, for God has already approved what you do (Eccl 9:7).
There are certain cases where consuming alcohol seems necessary. Labourers toiling in waste water drainage system, working in mortuaries and the like take alcohol not for pleasure, but to be off from the place mentally. If we see a brother in Christ working in such a place and find him drunkard, I cannot call him a sinner. If a person physically working hard takes a little amount of alcohol with a genuine reason of not to feel the muscle pain while sleeping, I cannot judge him a sinner. I am not sure the wine suggested to Timothy by Paul to drink was a fermented one or a fresh grape juice (1 Tim 5:23).
But what we see in common is that people drink fermented wine just for addictive pleasure of kick. This is where the problem of sin starts. Frequent usage of alcohol for this purpose leads to commit sins. We can remember the story of Lot here. It is better, we the believers of NT followers keep off ourselves from consuming alcohol (1 Peter 4:3, Ephesians 5:18, Proverb 20:1, 23:31, 31:4, 5 Romans 13:13, Galatians 5:19-21).
We have to remember what Paul said “All things are lawful for me, but not all things are helpful; all things are lawful for me, but not all things edify” (1 Corinthian 10:23, 24). Zac Poonen has rightly said that we should not be a stumbling block to weak believers.
Drinking wine is not a sin unto to death, but surely a trap to make us committing sins unto death. Let the Lord strengthen us to live for HIM.