What better way to celebrate Thomas Jefferson’s birthday than with a cocktail honoring his long-term rival John Marshall Continue reading Celebrating John Marshall, for Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday
Tonight and next Wednesday are the last two nights for half price on full bottles of wine.
Half-price wines every Wednesday night at The Whole Ox Butcher Bar for the rest of the winter.
- Half-price on full bottles only, not glasses or carafes.
- Applies only to wines from the wine list consumed on-premise.
- Does not apply to retail wines. Does not apply to corkage fee.
- Promotion is only avaialble on Wednesday nights. Ends at the end of March 2017.
We are featuring five new holiday cocktails on our bar menu for the holiday season! These two bring fun and merriment to the winter solstice.
Continue reading Byrrh It’s Cold Outside & Na Zdraví
We are featuring five new holiday cocktails on our bar menu for the season. This cocktail highlights the aromatics and flavors of Christmas, with a cheeky side.
Continue reading Sex under the Christmas Tree
Forget about going to big box stores on Black Friday. Come party with us on Small Business Saturday.
Saturday, November 26 from 12noon to 3pm (ish) we are having an open house party!
Steve will be making some sliders, Derek will put out some plates of charcuterie, Andrew will be tasting out a bunch of Bordeaux, and Amanda will start decorating for Christmas.
As an extra bonus, we will be raffling off 3 #shopsmall bags full of TWOX goodies.
Come celebrate the best of your local small business.
Where do bubbles really come from??
Sparkling wines have bubbles. And while the extra CO₂ is a natural by-product of fermentation (just like the alcohol), most wines remain flat. That extra gas for most of the reds and whites we drink blows off into the atmosphere. Your traditional Champagne then adds a pellet full of extra sugar and yeast to the still wine for a second fermentation. This is where they get the bubbles.
But, not matter how clean and natural your ingredients might be, this two-fermentation method is modern manufacturing. What if, instead, we tried to capture those first bubbles instead of wasting them to the air? Continue reading Wine Tasting: Natural Bubbles