Former Seahawks wideout Sidney Rice is taking his talents to the wine industry. After seven seasons in professional football (three with Seattle), the South Carolina alum retired after winning a Super Bowl title with the Seahawks. But now, he's mixing up wine flavors instead of corners at the line of scrimmage.
Now, Rice and business partner Tim Lenihan have created a product called "Dossier," which will include initial releases of a Rosé, Syrah, and Sauvignon Blanc – all with grapes grown in central Washington. Headquarters for development are set to be built in Walla Walla.
If you are in the Bellevue area, you can get the first taste of Rice’s wines on October 8 at the brand launch at The Lakehouse Bellevue.
Rice made waves after retirement in 2013 after becoming owner of multiple Wingstop chains.
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