What does this sentence even mean in English? "The wine warm is good"? I've never heard of anyone saying that ever and it makes no grammatical sense to me either. Can someone explain this please? Shouldn't it at least be "the warm wine is good"?
Noun adjective order is a little mussed up, you can use "Du vin chaud." to mean, "Some warm wine." Also, "vin chaud" references something similar to mulled wine. In other words is has a specific meaning, not a straight translation.