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Review: Le Mone Meyer Lemon Aperitif Wine

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An aperitif is technically any alcoholic beverage designed to stimulate the urge for food earlier than a meal. Which brings us to Le Moné, a brand new line of wine aperitifs with “no secrets and techniques” on their restricted components which comprise Meyer lemon (within the type of California lemon peel), dry New York farm white wine, California brandy, and 100% natural agave (not the tequila, however presumably for a contact of the weighty sweetness). The lemon is additional accented with a contact of “Italian bergamot and Persian lime.”

Let’s lower to the chase. It’s arduous to go improper with this mixture, however the steadiness of all of the featured components sit good and mix seamlessly whereas permitting the essence of its elements to shine via. The nostril is refreshing and engaging with candy peaches and citrus extra akin to blood orange than spritely lemon; the blood orange nostril could also be as a result of agave and brandy highlighting the characteristically sweeter Meyer varietal of lemon. The refined muskiness of grapeskin of white wine base can be unmistakable. The palate dances with sweet-tart lemonade, syrupy port notes, and extra of the grape pores and skin. The end tingles with the lemony base, then lands firmly with the dry white wine base.

Le Mone has achieved an extremely versatile providing that delivers solidly as a easy aperitif by itself phrases over ice but additionally provides a complicated twist to any cocktail that historically depends on white wine (suppose wine spritzers), champagne (suppose mimosas should you add in some seltzer for the bubble issue), or tequila (suppose margaritas with added velvety muskiness owing to the wine and brandy). It’s not fairly a liqueur however it could possibly actually step in to raise any cocktail. Easy vodka and gin drinks are additionally properly accented with only a splash of Le Mone. (Oh, the magic it brings to a gin and tonic.)

All in all, this can be a fantastic addition to at least one’s cocktail portfolio. I might be arduous pressed to discover a cocktail for which Le Mone wouldn’t kick issues up a notch.

16% abv.


Le Mone Meyer Lemon Wine Aperitif

$35 per bottle



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