Today’s Eclipse – Tilia Malbec

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Eclipse Winery, LLC, is located in the New River Valley of Virginia

Thick skin is considered an asset in the world of modern business.  And while many companies require "sensitivity training," those with thin skin never seem to rise to the top of the corporate ladder.

The Malbec grape is a thin-skinned grape that is sensitive to heat and sun, yet develops into a rich, dark red wine.  The Tilia Malbec, 2008 from the Mendoza region of Argentina, begins with sweet, fruity aromas, and finishes with layers of chocolate, pepper and berries.

This is one case where thin skin rises to the top.


Guest columnists Rik and Melissa Obiso, co-owners of Eclipse Winery, LLC, a new winery located in the New River Valley of Virginia, write Today's Eclipse, a weekly wine recommendation for Handshake 2.0.  Eclipse Winery, LLC plans to open to the public as early as 2012.  The Eclipse Winery story, Couple hope grapes will yield dream business was featured in The Roanoke Times.  You're invited to read all the Today's Eclipse recommendations, more about Eclipse Winery, and about Rik Obiso on Handshake 2.0.  You can follow Eclipse Winery on Twitter @eclipsewinery.

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