I cannot tell you whether your drink is manly or effeminate.
It’s an impossible thing to tell you because it's an impossible thing to know, because, and this is crucial here, it does not exist. Wine, spirits, cocktails, and beer are not here to affirm or compromise what's in your pants. So please, please, stop caring about it.
The idea of gendered drinks comes from a conceptual misunderstanding of alcoholic beverages themselves
This was likely spurned by a combination of advertising and the fact that long ago drinking was indeed a man’s endeavor, mostly because the men were chauvinist sausage-party lovers who wouldn’t let women in the bar. That last part has, thankfully, ended. The former will always be with us, but, also thankfully, can be easily ignored.