Wine Sold At Publix Recalled

Publix announced that certain red and white wines sold in its supermarkets and liquor stores are being recalled because those wines may may contain small grains or bits of glass.

Seavin Incorporated, the owner of the Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards in Clermont, FL and the San Sebastian Winery in St. Augustine, Florida, announced a voluntary partial recall of select 750 milliliter glass bottles of its Lakeridge and San Sebastian Wines which may contain small grains or bits of glass.

The precautionary partial recall comes after the third-party manufacturer of Seavin’s wine bottles concluded testing related to its production methods.

The testing focused on a manufacturing defect impacting glass bottles utilized by Seavin in certain Lakeridge and San Sebastian production runs.

Seavin has received no reports of any consumer injury associated with the wines subject to this voluntary recall.

Any consumers who currently have potentially-affected Lakeridge or San Sebastian wine within the scope of this recall will be eligible for reimbursement or replacement.

Consumers are advised not to consume or allow others to consume the potentially-affected product.

Recalled Wines:

San Sebastian Vinters White GTIN # 8483341110 Date Codes 030817-2, 033017, 040617, 053117

San Sebastian Vinters Red GTIN # 8483343110 Date Codes 022117, 022217, 022317, 022717, 031517-2, 041917, 070617

San Sebastian Castillo Red GTIN # 8483340310 Date Codes 052317-2

Lakeridge Southern White GTIN # 8483311510 Date Codes 030817, 032817, 032917

Lakeridge Southern Red GTIN # 8483313510 Date Codes 030117, 030217, 030617, 030717, 030917, 031317, 031417, 031517, 042617, 042617-2, 052417