"It is an excellent wine."
Translation:Es un vino excelente.
In Spanish the adjective usually goes after the noun. There are some notable exceptions but the meaning actually changes. Hombre puro = pure (undefiled) man. Puro hombro = all man (a real man). If in doubt, put the adjective AFTER the noun.
damalojo- Use the word BANGS to help you when it's time to pu the adjective in front of the noun. B for beauty, A for age, N for numbers, G for goodness badness, S for size.
I had it before vino but changed it to after. Just sounded better to me. Sometimes I go with my gut and how I have heard it said.
Estar is for temporary things. We're talking about the characteristic of the wine, so we use ser instead.
irene- Heree's a tip for you, before a noun, always ser, soy una mujer, él es un hombre