The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has issued a safety alert for indigenous selection Prosecco Brut 2013 because of insufficient packaging, A.K.A. weak bottles, that has lead to some bottles spontaneously exploding. Anyone who purchased this “Chairman Selection” wine should carefully dispose of it and can get a full refund at the P.L.C.B. store without a receipt because the refunds will be conducted on the honor system. The State bought 19,000 bottles of indigenous selection Prosecco 2013 from an Italian producer and sold just under 2000 bottles starting in June through the “Chairman Selection” discounting program.
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Thanks for the alert. It’s a sad day when a bottle of wine becomes a terrorist. Let’s have peace and love and wine that’s a comfort in the hand.
It is a sad day when you buy a bottle of wine then have to worry that it will blow up in you face. Thankfully no one was hurt.