Case De Loco took 6 types of wine off the market in late April after being cited by ATC for failing to register the products.

The Missouri Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control  has expanded the list of wine bottles consumer should be wary of  that were manufactured in the lake area by Casa De Loco in Miller County.  

Case De Loco is under investigation by ATC and Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.  DHSS is investigating Casa de Loco for potential health and sanitation violations at its Eldon manufacturing location. 

Case De Loco took 6 types of wine off the market in late April after being cited by ATC for failing to register the products. 

The bottles manufactured by Casa de Loco may pose a danger of exploding. The wine should not be consumed, according to ATC. 

Unregistered Casa de Loco wines were being distributed to retailers in Camdenton, Glasgow, Jefferson City, Keytesville, Lake Ozark, Lebanon, Newburg, Osage Beach, Salisbury, Springfield, St. Joseph, St. Robert, Stoutland, Sunrise Beach, Warsaw, Wright City and Wichita, Kansas. The wines may also have been distributed directly by Casa de Loco to consumers at events in other locations.

The issue was discovered by ATC as a result of a routine inspection. After confiscating unregistered wine that was being distributed, a bottle exploded in an ATC evidence storage room.  When ATC contacted retailers, it learned of additional explosions, as well as Casa de Loco wine bottles spontaneously breaking and leaking.

ATC is now warning consumers of 2 Area 51 wines that are labeled under the Custom Red and Reserve name, Human Ink Series, Just Crystal, Maladjusted, Manic Lalvazia, Paranoid Poinot, Peach Shine, Redneck Therapy, Simply Marvalous, Straight jacket Syrah, Trumans Big Red and Zinfandel Port.