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Supermarket French wine recall over fears of slivers of glass inside

The two wines were sold for over a year in Monoprix, the other in Metro

Wine recall of half bottles from Monoprix and Metro Pic: Krilerg saragorn / Shutterstock

The government website Rappel Conso has issued a ‘red alert’ on two wines they consider likely to contain broken glass. 

Both are wines sold by the half-bottle. The first wine recalled is a Côtes-du-Rhône red 2020 Château de Beaulieu. This product was sold in Monoprix stores throughout France from January 18, 2022 to February 10, 2023.

The second is the 2019 Château Saint Roman red Côtes-du-Rhône, in 375 ml bottles, sold at Metro throughout France equalling from January 18, 2022 to February 10,2023. 

“The products concerned are likely to contain broken glass. Consumers are invited to return these wines to their point of sale,” says the website.

The Côtes-du-Rhône rouge 2020 Château de Beaulieu has the GTIN code 3268174014002, and the lot number L2201801 (engraved under the bottle). It was sold from 18/01/2022 to 10/02/2023 and must be returned to the store for a refund. 

The Côtes-du-Rhône rouge 2019 Château Saint Roman has the GTIN code 3268174014170 and the lot number L2201801 (engraved under the bottle). Also sold from 18/01/2022 to 10/02/2023, this wine must also be returned to the store for a refund.

The recall procedure will end on March 3. Customers in possession of one or more bottles will be able to exchange them or receive a refund. For more information on this recall, consumers can contact 03 80 62 64 48.

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