Actually, Roman women and girls weren't allowed to drink alcohol. After marriage, husbands reserved the right to kiss their wives whenever they wanted with or without consent just to see if there was alcohol on their breath. If she was found to have alcohol on her breath she would be punished no less severely than a son or daughter of the same household.
well, we do know its likely full of led. the romans made pipelines made out of led to bring water to their cities. sounds good, doesnt work. led can lead to brain dammage if ingested, so their water transmition sistem was generaly mildly poisoned and well, its reasonable to assume that wine-making technology was rather primitive, so altho we have no proof to say so, i wouldnt be surprised if ancient wine tasted like crap
This last assumption might be a bit of a strech though, as wine-making hasn't changed that much over the centuries. Although vine makers have learned from experience and perfected their techniques, the process and the technology essentially haven't changed that much. And it was kept in clay amphoras, it was the cups that were made of lead. I wouldn't be surprised if it actually wouldn't taste that bad.
The lead was added to sweeten the taste. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lead(II)_acetate#:~:text=The%20ancient%20Romans%2C%20who%20had,to%20sweeten%20and%20preserve%20fruit.