Wine is a common drink in Canada, with a variety of flavours and sizes available from wine companies across the country.
But one wine company is offering customers the chance to “sue the manischemes” over their consumption of the drink.
In an email to customers, Manischewiz Wine Company said its “premium wine” is safe for consumption.
“This is a wine that was developed in collaboration with a partner in Canada who has had extensive experience in the field of the wine industry,” the email read.
“The wine is made using high quality grapes, and is aged in oak casks for a minimum of five years.”
“This wine is available for purchase in supermarkets, and has been recommended by our wine experts for its high quality, unique flavour profile, low cost, and the fact that it is only served at the request of a guest.”
A spokesman for the company said it did not disclose the wine’s name or the location of the company, but it was known to customers.
“Manischewys wine has been rated as safe by independent wine experts and our wines are also available for sampling,” the spokesman said.
“All wine is safe when purchased from licensed producers who have been certified to safely produce high quality wines.”
“The manisched wine has a minimum shelf life of three years and can be enjoyed at home or in a restaurant.”
To protect our wines and our guests, the wine is only available for sample purchase in the home or restaurants.
“Manischews wine was developed by an international team of researchers from Canada, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.
It is currently available in select stores across Canada.