An alcoholic drink, taken before the meal to stimulate the appetite.
a drink before a meal designed to encourage the appetite: it could be either a commercial product or a mixed cocktail.
An alcoholic beverage consumed before a meal to stimulate the appetite, such as sparkling and fortified wines.
The term for taking a liqueur, spirit or fortified wine drink before the main meal to stimulate the appetite.
(ah-pehr-ee-TEEF): A French word that describes an alcoholic beverage served before dinner to stimulate the appetite.
A light, pre-dinner alcoholic beverage, often fortified with other flavours, that stimulates the appetite. Examples: campari, kirs, and dubonnet.
Any wine served before a meal. Traditionally, aperitifs were vermouths or other similar wines flavoured with herbs and spices.
A beverage served before a meal intended to stimulate the appetite. Traditional apéritifs include many fortified wines, such as sweet and dry vermouth, Lillet and Dubonnet, as well as champagne and other sparkling wines and Sauternes.
fortified or high-alcohol wine intended to be consumed before dinner.
A wine served before a meal.
An alcoholic drink taken before a meal or any of several wines or bitters.
a kind of drink that you have before a meal for stimulating the appetite Barquirl / Whisk tool used to mix sparkling ingredients (like champagne, lemonade and so on)
A French word now used in a very general way to describe almost any alcoholic beverage consumed before a meal to whet the appetite.
stimulates appetite ( sometimes laxative )
taken before a meal as an appetizer
a drink served about half an hour before the meal, or immediately before a meal to boost appetite
a drink used to "open" the gastric juices and stimulate the appetite before a meal
A pre-dinner or pre-lunch drink. An appetiser.
Any beverage served before a meal intended to stimulate the appetite. They include dry sherry and vermouth, and lighter bodied sparkling and botrytised wines.
A French word that describes an alcoholic beverage served before dinner. Traditional French examples include kir (a mixture of white wine and crème de cassis), Lillet, and vermouth both sweet and dry.
This is a substance that is a stimulant of the appetite.
A French term referring to a light alcoholic drink...
A drink taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite.
Although the term once meant a before-dinner liqueur drink, it is now used with the word cocktail almost interchangeably.
French word for drinks served before a meal; often these are light, dry white wines.
An alcoholic beverage taken to stimulate the appetite before a meal.
a term that once meant a before-dinner liqueur drink is now used almost interchangeably with the word cocktail.
Any wine drunk before eating, ostensibly to induce appetite, but in fact as an excuse to start drinking early.
an agent that stimulates the appetite.
A French word that describes an alcoholic beverage served before dinner to stimulate the appetite. Traditional French examples include kir, Lillet and both sweet and dry vermouth.
(Food & Wine) A wine meant to be drunk before dinner.
When you're out for dinner, your host may offer you an aperitif before dinner. If you say yes, they'll give you a small glass of wine, flavored with herbs and spices, like vermouth, for example.
A before-dinner drink that stimulates the appetite, usually somewhat sweet or mildly bitter.
Affects digestive system and nutrition due to its ability to act as an appetizer before a meal. Usually is a drink this contains alcoholic.
Any drink taken before eating as a stimulant to the appetite. Can be as simple as a glass of dry white wine, champagne or sherry. Can also be a dry or sour cocktail.
a cooked, usually sweet, wine, taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite.