How to Pronounce Ménage à Trois? What Does it Mean? Wine Brand Information & Pronunciation


What is up guys? Julien here, the French winemaking guy who
makes wine videos here on YouTube. Yes, wine videos… Today we are looking at how to pronounce the
name of a famous wine brand, but also an expression in French that relates to a situation where
three people live together, and when it’s kind of understood that one of them is having
a sexual relationship with the other two, or all together. I mean, you get the picture. As per why this brand of California wine is
called ‘Ménage a Trois’ you may wonder?! This is how they explain it: “When our boldly
curious founders decided to “experiment threely” and blend together a luscious threesome
of distinctively different grapes into one wine, they knew it needed a name that would
live up to this innovative, provocative blend. They called it Ménage à Trois. Not just because it was a revolutionary three-grape
blend, but because like its taste it deserved a name that would never blend in. No wonder Ménage à Trois is credited with
creating and defining the premium Red Blend category, elevating the brand to iconic status.” Ménage à Trois makes an extensive range
of wines, with several iconic red blends including one called Folie A Deux, understand “two
people doing something crazy”, a Folly between two people, maybe a Wine Folly, at least they’re
not three this time. Other wines include a Bourbon Barrel Cabernet
Sauvignon, Silk Red Blend, Midnight red, Decadence, Luscious red, Lavish red and a range of varietal
wines from Merlot, Zinfandel, Malbec, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Moscato,
and I guess a few more… etc. So how do you go about Pronouncing this French
expression: Ménage à Trois? Well, Ménage à Trois. Ménage à Trois. Ménage à Trois. The typical French pronunciation : Ménage
à Trois. Ménage à Trois. Now I guess it’s time for you to enjoy your
grape threesome and enjoy your wine. I hope this video was useful. If it was, give it a quick thumb up before
you go to support my work. And I will see you soon, in the wonderful
world of wine… Cheers. Or as we would say in French: Santé! Au revoir….

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