Prosecco lovers look away now.
On top of the fact that there's going to be a mass shortage of fizz this summer, the Wine Society has announced that it's recalling more than 60,000 bottles of ‘Prosecco Brut i Duecento’ over fears that the bottles might shatter.
Could this day possibly get any worse?
According to the Food Standards Agency, the Wine Society is recalling the Prosecco after several customers reported their bottles "shattered".
According to the FSA, the Prosecco has been sold by mail order only. They advised customers: "If you have bought the product, do not drink it."
Meanwhile, The Wine Society has contacted all customers that purchased the product by letter and email.
A spokesperson for The Wine Society, Ewan Murray, said: "Most of the bottles will have been drunk because they've been on sale for a year. It's purely a precaution."
Well, if it comes down to it, we're happy to help them dispose of any excess fizz...