Telemachus needs some wine for his upcoming journey, so he asks Eurycleia:
Μαῖ΄, ἄγε δή μοι οἶνον ἐν ἀμφιφορεῦσιν ἄφυσσον
ἡδύν, ὅτις μετὰ τὸν λαρώτατος ὃν σὺ φυλάσσεις,
κεῖνον ὀϊομένη τὸν κάμμορον, εἴ ποθεν ἔλθοι
διογενὴς Ὀδυσεὺς θάνατον καὶ κῆρας ἀλύξας. (Od. II.349-352)
For the bold text, I understand as much as " which most pleasant next to that (μετὰ τὸν) which you keep..." i.e., second-most pleasant.
But I just don't know what ...