Majestic recalls Chablis Jean Bourguignon 2011

Last updated:
4 June 2013
product recall
Majestic Wine Warehouse Ltd is recalling a specific lot number of Chablis Jean Bourguignon 2011, because some of the bottles have been found to contain high levels of sulphites, which could pose a health risk. The Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.


The product being recalled is:

  • Chablis Jean Bourguignon 2011
  • Lot number LA64526 - This lot number is clearly printed on the yellow screw-cap of the bottle.

No other Majestic Wine Warehouse Ltd products are affected.

Majestic Wine Warehouse Ltd has recalled the above product. The company has sent recall notices to customers by email and post, which explain why the product is being recalled and the actions customers should take if they have bought the above product.

If you have bought the above product, please do not drink it. Instead, return it to your nearest Majestic store for a full refund. Alternatively, if you would like the company to collect the wine, please contact the Majestic Head Office on 0845 605 6767.

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