Lawsuit Filed Against 28 California Wineries For High Levels Of Arsenic In Low Priced Wines

The Wine Institute, which acts as the main lobby for California winemakers, responded to the lawsuit by saying the allegations are not true, and that all wine sold in the US is safe.

California voters approved proposition 65, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, and if true, the allegations would be violations of the California Health and Safety Code.

If you want more information, go to, where there are details about the levels of arsenic found in the particular wines listed.

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