Keats' Poems and Letters

Why does the poet want wine (stanza 2)? In stanza 4 he acknowledges that something better than wine will get him what he wants. What is it?

Ode to a Nightingale

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He wants something that will help draw him into the Nightingale's world. He wants an earthy wine that could help him melt into the forest as part of the bird's world escape his own reality.