Be aware that phrases for these kinds of things are often very specific to their time, place, and milieu.
In England, you may well hear sorted out or just sorted for any kind of arrangement which could be just agreeing a hospital appointment for your mother, booking a restaurant or train, or arranging a truck of contraband with international smugglers. For emphasis all sorted. I the thing is contraband, it would normally be referred to tangentially or by a slang word.
- Can you sort me out with a bottle of wine (get a bottle)
- Can you sort me a bottle of wine (very colloquial)
- You get the food, I'll sort the wine
- (in restaurant) If you pay now, I'll sort you out tomorrow (pay you back)
- Psst! We're sorted for tomorrow
- Pstt! Tomoorow's all sorted (very colloquial)
- Did you get the insurance sorted out. (=arranged here could mean did you buy insurance, did the insurance pay you, etc, depending on context)
There was a well-known song Sorted for E's and Whizz, referring to two kinds of drug, by the band Pulp. wikipedia
- Can you handle a bottle of wine for me tonight? Not good, because "Handle your drink" means able to drink without getting drunk
- Can you hook me up with a bottle of wine tonight? Not usual, because "to hook up with" means to meet, most usually meaning for sexual liaison
- Can you fix me up with a bottle of wine tonight? Perfectly good
- Can you line me up with a bottle of wine tonight? Perfectly good