Today’s Eclipse – Braxton Hall Cabernet Sauvignon

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Eclipse Winery, LLC, is located in the New River Valley of VirginiaFew in the business world do not understand the laws of supply and demand.  This complex relationship holds true for agrarian products, such as grapes, as well.  Growing conditions can cause a significant decrease in the quantity of a particular grape, thereby increasing the demand.

The Braxton Hall Cabernet Sauvignon, 2008 is exemplary of this business law.  A late spring frost in 2008 resulted in a small of harvest of prime Cabernet Sauvignon grapes in the Santa Rosa, California region.  The resulting wine is highly coveted for its earthy feel and berry flavor, and yet hard to come by. 

When supplies are low, and demand is high – take advantage!


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.  Eclipse Winery was featured in  Couple hope grapes will yield dream business and Wine business budding in Montgomery County 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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