English: Chardonnay from France. Merlot from California. Pinot Grigio from Italy.
French: Chardonnay de la France. Merlot de Californie. Pinot Grigio de l’Italie.
As a flight attendant, you’ll need to become somewhat familiar with the wines you have to offer to passengers. Generally, you can tell passengers that you have red wine (vin rouge), white wine (vin blanc), or rosé wine (vin rosé), but some may want to know exactly what kind of wine it is and where it originates from.
In English, you may say to the passenger that you have “a Chardonnay from France.” In French that would be “un Chardonnay (m) de la France (f).”
Merlot from California=Merlot (m) de Californie (f).
Pinot Grigio from Italy=Pinot (m) Grigio de l’Italie (f).
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