Spontaneously exploding wine bottles spurs recall

HARRISBURG, Pa. (NBC/WGAL) — Some wine is being recalled in Pennsylvania after reports of the bottles spontaneously exploding.

Consumers who bought 750-millileter bottles of Indigenous Selections Prosecco Brut 2013 at stores should return them immediately.

The wine was sold for $12.99 at Pennsylvania state stores since early June but has since been pulled from store shelves.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is working with the vendor to find out what is causing the bottles to explode.

The chairman of the PLCB says the agency has not received any reports from consumers whose bottles exploded and that consumers will be eligible for refunds.

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