Pinot Noir Recalled in Ontario Due to Possible Presence of Glass
A Pinot Noir brand marketed in Ontario is being recalled owing to the presence of glass.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) announced a recall of specific batches of Louis Latour Pinot Noir after the supplier reported glass particles in the wine.
The problematic product is 375 millilitres in size, and the CFIA stated that the Pinot Noir is from the 2021 vintage.
Consumers who purchased this French wine should search for the lot codes L2217977, L2221076, L2221065, and L2221077 printed in ink on the bottom of the bottle to discover if their product is potentially tainted.
Customers should not consume this wine, according to the CFIA. Anyone who purchased the wine may return it to any LCBO for a full refund. There is no need for a receipt.
There have been no consumer complaints or health concerns filed to the LCBO or CFIA in connection with the consumption of this wine.