The Todah is established in Leviticus 7 and is a loaf offering. There are lots of different examples throughout the OT, David’s being significant because he established that it would be offered in perpetuity.
“brought out bread and wine” makes me think that Scott may have inadvertently been mixing David’s offering with that of Melchizedek where that phrase appears.*
However, if you go to Numbers 28-30 you will see that there was a provision for a “libation” or wine offering associated with each of the various offerings - different amounts of wine depending upon what animal was being sacrificed. So it is reasonable to conclude, since David distributed meat as well as bread and raisin cake, that there would have been wine.
*OP didn’t indicate in what setting Scott made the comment, but it’s worth remembering that most of the recordings of his talks were made live, and any of us that does public speaking know that there are times when you misspeak, even if you’re working from a prepared text. We’ve all referred to a person by the wrong name, or cited the wrong reference, or, yes, combined things from memory that are actually separate.