- Report: #4503
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Complaint Review: mclaughlin vineyards
mclaughlin vineyardsalberts hill rd. sandy hook, Connecticut U.S.A.
mclaughlin vineyards poor cellar conditions & bacteria
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I wanted a friend to try it as i was bragging on how good your wines are....i frequently take a bottle wherever i go......
when i went back to windsor center liquors to tell them about it, they just said "oh well" and shoved me out the door.....
I am very disappointed with the quality of your wine this time and don't know what happened but i thought i'd let you know....
14 matthew lane
windsor, ct 06095
Occassionally things do happen to bottles of wine that can be related to poor cellar conditions (too hot, too cold) or a bacteria from the bottle or cork. We have not had any problems with this vintage, as your complaint is this first. If you purchased this bottle from Windsor Center they should replace it, no questions asked. We are however sending you two new bottles as a replacement for this "bad" bottle you purchased. We deeply regret this situation and thank you for bringing
to our attention your dissatisfaction.
This incident occurred in december of 2000 and morgan mclaughlin replied that she would send two bottles of wine to my house on dec. 21 which she never did......I have sent her several e-mails and she has not responded at all.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/20/2001 12:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/mclaughlin-vineyards/sandy-hook-Connecticut-06804/mclaughlin-vineyards-poor-cellar-conditions-bacteria-4503. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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