Austrian Wine Recall

Austrian Wine Recall

In 1985, millions of bottles of Austrian wine were recalled after it was found that they had been artificially sweetened with diethylene glycol (a prime ingredient of anti-freeze). The scandal affected the Austrian wine industry for over a decade and would later inspire a Simpsons episode.

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