Product recall: Dan Murphy’s and BWS pull South Island White Mist Sauvignon Blanc wine from shelves


BREAKING NEWS: Dan Murphy’s and BWS pull popular white wine from the shelves as a recall alert is issued

  • Pinnacle Drinks have recalled the South Island White Mist Sauvignon Blanc 
  • The popular 750ml bottles contain an undeclared allergen called sulphites 
  • Bottles with the ‘2021 Vintage’ marking also included in the urgent recall
  • Sulphites can cause coughing and wheezing similar to asthma symptoms 










A popular wine sold in Australia’s biggest bottle shops has been recalled due to fears the product could cause an allergic reaction. 

Pinnacle Drinks have issued an urgent recall of the 750ml bottles of South Island White Mist Sauvignon Blanc. 

Food Standards Australia has warned the presence of an undeclared allergen could cause a reaction to anyone with an intolerance to sulphites. 

Pinnacle Drinks have issued an urgent recall of the 750ml bottles of South Island White Mist Sauvignon Blanc (pictured) due to fears the wine could cause an allergic reaction

Pinnacle Drinks have issued an urgent recall of the 750ml bottles of South Island White Mist Sauvignon Blanc (pictured) due to fears the wine could cause an allergic reaction

The wine is stocked on the shelves of bottle shops Dan Murphy's (pictured) and BWS nationally, with bottles with a '2021 Vintage' marking included in the urgent recall

The wine is stocked on the shelves of bottle shops Dan Murphy’s (pictured) and BWS nationally, with bottles with a ‘2021 Vintage’ marking included in the urgent recall

The wine is stocked on the shelves of bottle shops Dan Murphy’s and BWS nationally, with bottles with a ‘2021 Vintage’ marking included in the urgent recall. 

Sulphites are mainly used as preservatives in some drinks, and low levels of natural sulphites can be found in many foods.

However, if ingested by those who are allergic to them, sulphites can cause wheezing, and coughing similar to asthma. 

‘Any consumers who have a sulphites allergy or intolerance may have a reaction if the product is consumed,’ Food Standards Australia advised. 

‘Consumers who have a sulphites allergy or intolerance should not consume this product and should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.’

Food Standards Australia has warned the presence of an undeclared allergen in the recalled wine could cause a reaction to anyone with an intolerance to sulphites (pictured, a BWS)

Food Standards Australia has warned the presence of an undeclared allergen in the recalled wine could cause a reaction to anyone with an intolerance to sulphites (pictured, a BWS)

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