United Kingdom

Urgent recall for Meraki Shiraz wine over fears bottles contain shards of GLASS 

Zilzie Wines' Meraki Shiraz 2020 vintage 750ml (pictured) lot number L20259

A popular Shiraz wine has been pulled from the shelves over fears bottles contain shards of glass. 

The NSW Food Authority issued an urgent recall of Zilzie Wines' Meraki Shiraz 2020 vintage (750ml). 

The wine had been available for purchase in Liqor Stax stores across NSW, QLD, VIC and WA. The affected marking date is lot number L20259. 

'The recall is due to the presence of foreign matter (glass) from a packaging fault.' The NSW Food Authority warning stated. 

Those who purchased the affected bottles are urged to not drink the wine over concerns food products containing glass may cause injury. 

Customers have been advised to return the wine to the place of purchase for a full refund. 

For further information call Zilzie Wines' on 1800 718 500. 

The wine was sold at Liqor Stax (pictured) outlets across NSW, QLD, VIC and WA

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