They all have alcohol, but they are all totally different things.
Whiskey: Any spirit (distilled alcohol) made from grains around 40% alcohol/Vol. Within them, you will find several class… Scotch made from malt and peat moss in Scotland (and matured inside a barrel). Bourbon, produced in Kentucky Condition from maze. (Jack Daniels isn’t a Bourbon since it is produced in Tennessee, despite the fact that the component is identical). You will find other “whiskey” but they’re the primary ones.
Vodka: distilled obvious alcohol, frequently made from taters, but additionally from various type of grains and fruits. Should be distilled to above 38%, also it does not need to be matured.
Wine: Wines are a fermented alcohol, usually between 8% and 16% alcohol by volume, produced from grapes… might be either red-colored or whitened based on processing throughout manufacture, and the range of grapes decides the sub type of wine, for example Shiraz, Merlot, Chardonnay etc. Champagne is another kind of wine, but is sparkling because of the aging bubbles trapped inside the liquid along the way (by freezing up side lower within the aging). Champagne is created in Champagne region of France (note: not every “sparkling wines” from France are “Champagne“), and wine produced in exactly the same method from the other place in the world is known as “sparkling wine” (it’s a region specific naming. A little like “bourbon” or “Almanac”.