"Señora, ¡beba este vino tinto!"
Translation:Ma'am, drink this red wine!
It bothers me a bit that with these commands using Señora, Señorita and Señora, they seem so abrupt and even rude in the English translation. In a situation like this, we'd say something like: "Ma'am, would you like to try this red wine?" Do any fluent Spanish speakers know if the use of a formal title in Spanish like Señora automatically makes the sentence polite even if it's said in a way that would seem somewhat rude in English?