There is no doubt in my mind that Jesus created fine wine (alcoholic) and not grape juice at Cana. We can debate that if you like but I'd like to explore the nature of the wedding feast. I have heard teaching that the Jewish wedding and feast (wedding reception) of the days of Jesus took place over several days. The basis for this belief is Gen. 29:27. This makes sense to me since it was unlikely that the wedding would run out of wine on the same day of the wedding. Also it would explain the comment by the master of the feast, “Every man at the beginning sets out the good wine, and when the guests have well drunk, then the inferior. You have kept the good wine until now!” If the event took place over several days it seems reasonable that the fine wine would be set out first and after the guests were drunk, the cheap wine could be served because they wouldn't know the difference. Does anybody have any thoughts on whether the wedding feast of Cana was one day or over several days? What was the Jewish tradition of the era?