it would be nice if you would increase the font on the small text of your post, I can barely read it on my 23 inch Hi def monitor, and believe me, I have excellent eye sight.
The Bible actually, doesnt say not to drink, what it says is not to get drunk. Yes, Jesus first miracle was to change water to wine, and he had wine at the last supper. Its debated how much alcohol content there was (in those days there was 2 kinds of wine-new wine, which had little to no fermentation, and old wine, which is fermented and like what we have today) but In all honesty, theres some things to think about.
Why are you drinking? if its because you want to be cool, or to get your mind off a problem, help you think, etc. then chances are you probably shouldnt even have one, because often one can lead for more-especially if its to help solve a problem.
How much are you drinking? people say they have different alchohol tolerances. This is true, however, for the average person the tolerance isnt much difference-those people who can drink 6 beers without any adverse affects, can only do so by drinking to much beer to long, and building up the tolerance. The key word here is moderation
Are you being a stumbling block? This is a very big one. Do I drink occasionally? yes, keyword is occasionally-and usually with my wife in a fancy restaurant. But each situation is different-if say, Im around someone who has a drinking problem, then by me having one drink, may create a stumbling block. If any member of your family or close friends has or has had a drinking problem, it would be a good idea not to drink at all-just the knowledge that you do could create a stumbling block. If youve had a drinking problem in the past, dont drink.
Thats my take on it anyway. Its not necesarily a sin to have an occasional glass of wine-but it is a sin, to get drunk, to let it take priority in your life, and to create a stumbling block for others. So there you have it, theres my opinion, professional or otherwise.