In Chowmah's thread on the Rapture, he quotes Isaiah 25. In v. 6, this phrase comes up: "...a feast of wine on the lees." I Googled it, and basically lees are defined as dead yeast or residual yeast or other particles who wind up at the bottom of the wine vat during the fermentation and aging process. One source noted that ordinarily, the win is transferred to another container, leaving the sediment behind. But some wines remain and are aged for a time to enhance flavor and color. What seems clear is that all this occurs during the fermentation process. And Isaiah speaks of this approvingly in connection with a feast. Any comments from either side of the wine issue? By the way, I don't use alcohol. Uh, well, maybe a little Nyquil when I have a cold. An old friend once said, "I don't drink, except when I take a little wine for municipal purposes."