I’ve encountered a surprising number of people who don’t know what Je Suis means. I’m trying not to judge. I’m going to save you a trip to Google Translate: Je Suis means I am. In French. No, I’m not French, but my grapes are French varietals and were aged in French oak, and isn’t French just so luscious and sexy? If you had a tofu company, with Spanish varietal tofu, you might call it Yo Soy. Which is also a palindrome.
BUT I just discovered that Je Suis also means I follow, from the verb suivre. As in, I follow the wine. How great is that?!
Shall we use it in a sentence?
Je suis le sommelier. Meaning 1.) I am the sommelier (and I like to pour Je Suis Wine 2.) I follow the sommelier (because he always chooses Je Suis Wine)
Good! Now go home and practice. Sip and repeat: Je Suis Syrah. Je Suis Petite Sirah. Je Suis content.