Don’t be fooled – Supermarkets selling fake wine in alcohol aisle – some containing just 11% of alcohol
February 27, 2015 by admin News 0 comments
Supermarkets have been caught selling “wine based drinks” in their alcohol aisles – some containing less than the required 75 per cent wine. The Aussie plonk appears to be normal – bottled and labelled like proper wines – but small print on the back reveals they are not what they seem. Labeling guidelines state that any drink containing less than 75 per cent wine must be described as a “wine based drink”.
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