Published August 17, 2022

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Domaine Franck Millet’s 2021 vintage Sancerre white wine has been recalled after a spider was found in a bottle of the wine, reports Vísir.

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Wine importer Coca-Cola Euro Pacific Partners has decided to suspend sales and recall the wine following discussions with Reykjavik health authorities.

According to a statement posted on Vínbúðin’s website, only bottles with batch number L4021 will be recalled.

The batch number is on the label on the back of the bottle. Consumers who have purchased wine are asked not to consume it.

We recommend that you discard it or return it to your nearest Vin Bouzin for a refund.

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