No. The Bible states that we should avoid drunkenness, but does not state that alcohol consumption is a sin. On the contrary, the consumption of good wine was described as a blessing of God.
This answer may surprise people who have been led to think that alcohol consumption was a sin to be avoided by the righteous. However this position is not supported by the Word of God.
Jesus made and drank wine. Jesus did not sin, and therefore it is not a sin to make and drink wine.
The Bible describes good wine as a blessing, and bad wine (or watered down wine) as a curse. Therefore alcohol is not a sin, and it can be a blessing.
The Bible calls us to avoid drunkenness. Drunkenness is a sin.
The Bible makes hundreds of references to alcohol, and after reviewing these verses, it becomes clear that alcohol consumption, in moderation, is not a sin, but on the contrary is a provision of God that “gladdens the heart of man” (Psalm 104:15).