Risk of explosion! Large winery calls Dornfelder Wein back

Risk of explosion! Large winery calls Dornfelder Wein back

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Explosive bottles: winery starts recall for Dornfeld wine
The Rheinberg winery from Bingen am Rhein (Rhineland-Palatinate) is calling back red wine. Fermentation processes may have occurred with bottles of the "2015 Dornfelder Red Wine Quality Wine Palatinate" brand. This creates the risk that the bottle could explode.

Bottles could explode
The Rheinberg winery in the Rhineland-Palatinate town of Bingen am Rhein is calling Dornfeld red wine from the Palatinate back. As the company announced, in the case of the article “2015 Dornfelder Red Wine Quality Wine Sweet” fermentation processes with yeasts could have occurred in individual cases. Pressure may have built up in the bottles, causing the glass to burst. This would explode the bottle.

Few bottles sold
The second largest winery in Germany, which belongs to the Edeka group, further announced that only 0.75 liter bottles with the designation “A. P. NR. 4,342,070,295,16 "are affected. According to the company, the wine was mainly available in Marktkauf and Edeka branches in Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia and Saxony-Anhalt. Only a few bottles were sold to consumers.

Anyone who has bought a bottle should carefully pack it in a bag and dispose of it in the residual waste. The purchase price will be reimbursed - even without presentation of the receipt.

Risk of explosion from fermentation processes
Due to errors in the manufacturing processes, foreign bodies or contamination in food can occur again and again. In the past, for example, beverages had to be recalled due to possible fermentation processes.

It was only in February that Eckes-Granini called Frucht-Tiger back, because according to the company, after complaints and inspections, it was assumed that some bottles were contaminated with yeast during filling. Another example was Black Forest sparkling wine, which once took back products because an explosion hazard with beverage bottles could not be excluded. (ad)

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