Thank you for visiting our website, which aims to assist consumers in learning more about the voluntary recall of a limited amount of Lakeridge Winery and San Sebastian Winery bottled wines.
Seavin Incorporated (“Seavin”), doing business as Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards and also as San Sebastian Winery, announced a voluntary recall of select packages containing 750 milliliter glass bottles of its Lakeridge and San Sebastian wines which may contain small grains or bits of glass. This recall applies to only certain Date codes of Lakeridge Winery Southern Red, Southern White, and Cabernet Sauvignon, and San Sebastian Winery Vintners Red and Vintners White.
The precautionary recall comes after the third-party manufacturer of Seavin’s wine bottles, our bottle manufacturers, concluded testing related to its production methods. That testing focused on a manufacturing defect impacting glass bottles utilized by Seavin in certain Lakeridge and San Sebastian production runs.
A representative of our bottle manufacturers involved in the investigation of the defective bottles indicated to Seavin that the number of bottles from its plant actually containing pieces of glass is numerically insignificant, and that the risk to the public is extremely small. Nevertheless, Seavin is voluntarily recalling certain of its Lakeridge and San Sebastian wines from the code dates identified below in an abundance of caution, to safeguard its consumers and the public at large.
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.
If you believe you have Lakeridge or San Sebastian products impacted by this recall, please enter your code date below to see if your product is on the affected list and how to proceed.
For any other questions or concerns, please call 1-800-476-8463 seven days a week from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Eastern Time.
Due to the nature of the dark bottles the information shown in the photo can be difficult to read. It is very helpful to hold the bottle in very bright light such as direct sun light. The information will be found on the bottom 1” of the bottle and will appear in the exact format that you see in this image.
The code date on the outside of the case is much easier to read and can be found above or below the box label. If the label is no long in place simply look at all four sides of the box and it will appear on one of the sides.