What makes wine inherently spiritual is its "power" over us ... that in opening a bottle and pouring a glass, it invites a toast to celebrate the moment.
What you do or not with that moment can have an impact on the rest of the evening. Often, minds wander in ritualistic and repetitious situations: I.e. Shaking hands in an exchange of pleasantries: "How are you?"
Clinking glasses can be just that: a typical repetitious moment that slips by; or it can be an instant of awareness of something and someone special.
What is in a clink? What is in a handshake? It may well be like what you feel in giving a hug: caring and sharing and reminding yourself of how important that feeling is. Such moments can make the evening special.
Wine and spirituality connect when we connect.
A good wish is always in the air: "Have a nice day", "make it a good one". The key is to put yourself into your "words" and turn them into "deeds". Doing so, in clinking an elevated glass of wine, is a wonderful way to elevate life.
What instances serve as reminders for you to regroup and refocus?
How difficult is it to give your full concentration some/most/all of the time?
What does a glass of wine have to do with saying hello or waving good-bye?