[Ed. – Well, that’s not good.]
The Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division released an advisory bulletin Friday warning the public that bottles of wine manufactured by a Missouri winery pose the risk of exploding.
The bulletin follows a news release issued by the Missouri Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control stating that certain products manufactured by Eldon, Missouri-based winery Casa de Loco may pose a danger of exploding and should be immediately secured to prevent injury. The wine should not be consumed.
The wines include Applesauced, Bellini Gold, Coming in Hot, Kona Lover Port, OCD and Peachy Thoughts. …
“In addition to a bottle of Casa de Loco wine exploding after being confiscated by ATC, there have been several additional reported explosions of Casa de Loco wine bottles,” according to the Missouri press release.