Boy, do I ever.
Is this similar in usage to "I'm drinking wine"? Or just in response to say, "what sorts of alcohol do you prefer?"
Irish has another way to show our present progressive form, so no this cannot mean "I'm drinking wine."
You 12-year-olds would be allowed to drink it at home in most of Europe.
What does fìon mean
fion is not in my Irish dictionary at all, but "fíon" is "wine"
Does the audio sound like "Ólann fíon" to anyone else?
Fion is not clear