Wanted to know just how much damaged I did over the weekend so I found this excerpt from an article on running & drinking from a 2005 Runner's World article.
"But as long as runners who are accustomed to drinking wine are drinking extra water and taking in other carbohydrates," says Nancy Clark R.D., a sports nutritionist in Boston and author of Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook, "one glass of wine with dinner the night before a race doesn't concern me."
You'll notice that Clark says one glass, not one bottle. Moderation is the key to reaping the health benefits of alcohol and avoiding any negative effects on your running. In general that means women should limit their alcohol intake to one drink (equal to five ounces of wine) a day, and men (who tend to be larger than women) two drinks per day.