Owen Roe Red Rhone Blend Columbia Valley Sinister Hand 2007

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Our vineyard locations in the Yakima Valley, Walla Walla Valley, and Horse Heaven Hills have added a beautiful elegan...

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Wine Gallery, CA
Corona del Mar, CA (2,400 mi)
USD 24.99
750ml
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Winemaker's Notes:

Our vineyard locations in the Yakima Valley, Walla Walla Valley, and Horse Heaven Hills have added a beautiful elegance to this year's version of the Sinister Hand. This Rhone-styled wine has very dark fruit flavors and pepper, with an excellent texture - it will work well with a variety of foods especially spicy fare and dark meats. The Sinister Hand label is a family crest - a depiction of a severed left hand that tells the story of a rowing competition among O'Neills and O'Reillys (Owen Roe was an O'Neill). Whoever touched land first after rowing across the lake was rewarded with the land he touched. Lagging behind, one of the kinsfolk grabs his sword and cleaves his hand and pitches it ashore to touch land first. He won the land and eventually ruled over it as king.

Our vineyard locations in the Yakima Valley, Walla Walla Valley, and Horse Heaven Hills have added a beautiful elegance to this year's version of the Sinister Hand. This Rhone-styled wine has very dark fruit flavors and pepper, with an excellent texture - it will work well with a variety of foods especially spicy fare and dark meats. The Sinister Hand label is a family crest - a depiction of a severed left hand that tells the story of a rowing competition among O'Neills and O'Reillys (Owen Roe was an O'Neill). Whoever touched land first after rowing across the lake was rewarded with the land he touched. Lagging behind, one of the kinsfolk grabs his sword and cleaves his hand and pitches it ashore to touch land first. He won the land and eventually ruled over it as king.

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