A limited edition Prosecco Rosé has been pulled from shelves over fears the glass bottles may break.
Brown Brothers issued the recall on Wednesday, saying the 750ml bottles had an increased risk of breaking when opened.
“This could cause injury if the glass falls into the wine,” the recall notice reads.
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The Prosecco Rosé has been available for sale at Coles, BWS, Dan Murphy’s, IGA, and independent liquor retailers nationwide.
The affected bottles have a date on the packaging of 04/10/19 and 22/08/19.
“Here at Brown Brothers we’re committed to the wellbeing of our staff, consumers and partners while maintaining the highest quality standard of innovative winemaking,” the company said.
“If you have purchased a 750mL bottle of Brown Brothers Limited Edition Prosecco Rosé we ask that you please refrain from opening the bottle, and to safely dispose of the product and send proof of purchase directly to Brown Brothers for a replacement or full refund.
“On behalf of the entire Brown Brothers team we apologise for any inconvenience caused by this recall, and thank you in advance for your patience and understanding. If you have any questions please contact Customer Service directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 1800 032 248.”