"Soon she drinks wine " does not exist! You would rather say "she is drinking wine shortly"...
Interesting, I thought 'presently' only meant 'now', but you're right of course, it means 'soon' too. Is it a bit obscure though? Or just unusual, maybe very formal? I like it!!
It may be a little formal, but the expression "I'll do it presently" is quite common. "At the present time" is more frequently used than " presently" meaning now.
"I'll do it presently" is archaic.
"Soon she drinks wine" is robot-talk or surrealist poetry..
Archaic? it depends on where you live.
If you live in the Globe theatre then yes...
Could this mean "She is about to drink wine" ?