A manufacturing defect was claimed by a purchaser of a bottle of wine. The bottle defect claim was that there were three pieces of foreign material in the wine. The photograph above shows the food contamination. Two are pieces of glass that appear to match the top of the contaminated bottle. The third piece is the top of the foil for the same brand of wine. The user claims that these pieces were in the bottle before it was opened. This is very unlikely. One of the glass pieces just barely fits through the bottle opening and could not have acciaccidentallyered the wine during bottling. In addition, the chances of a foil top being on the manufacturing line are zero. Thus, this “finding” is a hoax. There was no manufacturing defect or bottle defect.